CN108136199A - Phototherapy devices for treatment of dermatological disorders of the scalp - Google Patents

Phototherapy devices for treatment of dermatological disorders of the scalp Download PDF

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CN108136199A
CN108136199A CN201680054311.3A CN201680054311A CN108136199A CN 108136199 A CN108136199 A CN 108136199A CN 201680054311 A CN201680054311 A CN 201680054311A CN 108136199 A CN108136199 A CN 108136199A
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Abstract

Modulated light therapy devices for treatment of dermatological disorders of the scalp are provided. An exemplary device includes a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) supporting at least one lightemitting device having an emitter height. The FPCB includes multiple interconnected panels and bending regions defined in and between at least some of the interconnected panels as to allow the FPCB tobe configured in a concave shape to cover at least a portion of a cranial vertex of the patient. At least one light-transmissive layer proximate to the FPCB is configured to transmit (e.g., incoherent) light emissions generated by at least one light emitting device. At least one standoff is configured to be arranged between the FPCB and the scalp of the patient, wherein the at least one standoffincludes a standoff height that exceeds the emitter height.

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用于头皮的皮肤病治疗的光疗设备 Dermatologic treatment device for scalp phototherapy

[0001] 相关申请的声明 Statement [0001] RELATED APPLICATIONS

[0002] 本申请要求于2015年7月28日提交的美国临时专利申请序列号62/197,736的权益,该申请的公开内容通过引用以其整体并入本文。 [0002] This application claims the benefit of US Provisional Patent Application Serial No. 62 / 197,736 in July 28, 2015 submitted by the disclosure of which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety.

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[0003] 本公开涉及用于光疗治疗头皮的局部皮肤病(如雄激素性脱发、痤疮、银肩病、皮炎和其他健康状况)的设备和方法。 [0003] The present relates to topical skin diseases (e.g. androgenetic alopecia, acne, silver shoulder disease, dermatitis, and other medical conditions) for the treatment of scalp phototherapy apparatus and method is disclosed.

[0004] 背景 [0004] BACKGROUND

[0005] 雄激素性脱发是男性和女性常见的脱发形式。 [0005] androgenic alopecia male and female common form of hair loss. 在男性中,这种健康状况也被称为“男性型秀发”或型脱发(patternhairloss)。 In men, this health condition is also known as "male pattern hair" or pattern hair loss (patternhairloss). 这种脱发形式仅在美国就影响了估计的6000 万人。 This form of hair loss in the US alone affects an estimated 60 million people. 虽然导致这种健康状况的风险因素仍在研究之中,但研究人员已经确定,雄激素性脱发与称为雄激素的激素有关,特别是与称为二氢睾酮的雄激素有关。 Although the risk factors that lead to such health conditions are still being studied, but researchers have determined that androgenetic alopecia and androgenic hormone called about, especially with the androgen called dihydrotestosterone concerned. 头发毛囊中雄激素水平的增加可以导致头发生长周期的缩短,以及头发的更短更稀疏的生长。 Increased hair follicles in androgen levels can lead to shortened hair growth cycle, the hair is shorter and more sparse growth. 大多数男性认为秃头是讨厌的且令人痛苦的经历。 Most men think bald is annoying and painful experience. 尽管由于雄激素性脱发引起的秃发在女性中不如男性常见,但对于女性而言脱发的心理影响往往更大。 Although alopecia due androgenetic alopecia caused by common in women than men, but the psychological impact on women, hair loss is often greater. 虽然雄激素性脱发可能不是大多数女性脱发的主要原因,但是据报道女性脱发会影响美国约2000万女性。 Although androgenetic alopecia hair loss may not be the main reason for most women, but female hair loss is reported to affect about 20 million American women.

[0006] 早期脱发可以用药物减缓或逆转。 [0006] Early slowing or reversing hair loss may be pharmaceutical. FDA批准的药物包括米诺地尔(minoxidil)和非那雄胺(finasteride)。 FDA-approved drugs include minoxidil (minoxidil) and finasteride (finasteride). 其他治疗选择包括维甲酸联合米诺地尔、酮康唑洗发水和螺内酯。 Other treatment options include retinoic acid and minoxidil, ketoconazole shampoos and spironolactone. 晚期脱发病例可能对药物治疗产生耐药性或效果不佳。 Advanced hair loss cases may develop resistance to drug treatment or ineffective. 许多患者选择进行手术头发移植。 Many patients choose to hair transplant surgery.

[0007] 已经开发了用于解决雄激素性脱发的各种光疗设备。 [0007] have developed a variety of light therapy equipment used to solve androgenetic alopecia. 术语“光疗”涉及光的治疗用途。 The term "light therapy" relates to therapeutic use of light. 不一定针对治疗脱发,各种光疗法(例如,包括低水平光疗法(LLLT)和光动力疗法(PDT))已经公开报道或声称提供各种健康相关的医疗益处,包括但不限于:治疗皮肤或组织炎症;促进组织或皮肤愈合或恢复活力;增强伤口愈合;疼痛管理;减少皱纹、疤痕、妊娠纹、静脉曲张和蜘蛛静脉;提高情绪;治疗微生物感染;治疗高胆红素血症;并治疗各种肿瘤和非肿瘤病症或疾病。 May not have been publicly reported or claimed to provide a variety of health-related medical benefits, including but not limited to a treatment for hair loss, a variety of light therapy (eg, including a low level light therapy (LLLT) and photodynamic therapy (PDT)): the treatment of skin or inflammation; promote healing or tissue or skin rejuvenating; enhancing wound healing; pain management; reduce wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, varicose veins and spider veins; improve mood; the treatment of microbial infections; the treatment of hyperbilirubinemia; and treatment various tumors and non-neoplastic diseases or disorders.

[0008] 建议通过光疗来提供治疗益处的各种机制包括:增加血液循环(例如通过增加新毛细血管的形成);刺激胶原蛋白的生成;刺激三磷酸腺苷(ATP)的释放;增强卟啉生成;降低神经系统组织的兴奋性;刺激成纤维细胞活性;增加吞噬功能;诱导热效应;刺激组织肉芽和结缔组织的凸起;减轻炎症;并刺激乙酰胆碱的释放。 [0008] recommend mechanisms to provide a therapeutic benefit by phototherapy comprising: increasing the blood circulation (e.g., by increasing the formation of new capillaries); stimulate the production of collagen; stimulates the release of adenosine triphosphate (ATP); a reinforcing porphyrin generated; reduced nervous system tissue excitability; stimulation of fibroblast activity; increased phagocytosis; induced thermal effect; stimulate tissue granulation and connective tissue projections; reduce inflammation; and stimulate the release of acetylcholine. 光疗也被建议用于刺激细胞产生一氧化氮。 Phototherapy has also been suggested to stimulate cells to produce nitric oxide. 一氧化氮的各种生物学功能包括以下角色:信号的信使、细胞毒素、抗细胞凋亡剂、抗氧化剂和微循环调节剂。 Variety of biological functions of nitric oxide comprising the following roles: messenger, cytotoxic, anti-apoptotic agents, antioxidants, modifiers and microcirculation signal. 一氧化氮被认为是放松血管平滑肌、扩张血管、抑制血小板聚集、以及调节T细胞介导的免疫反应。 Nitric oxide is considered to relax vascular smooth muscle, dilation of blood vessels, inhibit platelet aggregation, and modulation of immune responses mediated by T cells. 一氧化氮是由皮肤中的多种细胞类型生成的,并且通过氨基酸L-精氨酸向L-瓜氨酸和一氧化氮的转化而形成,由一氧化氮合酶(NOS)的酶促作用介导。 Nitric oxide is produced by various cell types in the skin, and are formed to the conversion of L- citrulline and nitric oxide by amino acid L- arginine by nitric oxide synthase (NOS) enzymatic mediated.

[0009] 旨在用于解决脱发的市售光疗设备的一个示例是iGrow㊣激光头发再生系统(美国佛罗里达州的博卡拉顿市的六口;[抑5(^61106),其利用工作在655111]1±5111]1的红色激光二极管和发光二极管的组合来实施刚性头盔(类似于自行车头盔的外观)。旨在用于解决脱发的市售光疗设备的另一个示例是Therad〇meTMLH80Pr〇头盔(类似于自行车头盔的外观),其利用80个峰值波长为678nm的激光器(美国加利福尼亚州的普莱森顿的Theradome公司)。旨在用于解决脱发的市售光疗设备的又一个示例是Capillus'®激光帽(CapillusLLC,迈阿密, 佛罗里达州,美国),其实施了具有被布置成贴合于常规的头部覆盖(例如棒球帽、头巾或无檐小便帽)下方的以650nm工作的272个激光二极管的刚性帽插入件。旨在用于解决脱发的其他市售光疗设备包括激光梳,诸如Hairmax®,激光梳(美国佛罗里达州的 [0009] An example is intended to address commercial phototherapy device for hair loss is iGrow㊣ laser hair regrowth system (in Boca Raton, Florida six; [5 suppression (^ 61106), its use in the 655,111 work ] laser composition 1 ± 5111] 1 diode and a red light emitting diode implemented rigid helmet (appearance similar to a bicycle helmet). another example is intended to solve the commercial phototherapy apparatus for hair loss is Therad〇meTMLH80Pr〇 helmet ( an appearance similar to a bicycle helmet), which uses 80 peak wavelength of 678nm laser (California Pleasanton Theradome company). intended for solving commercial phototherapy device for hair loss is yet another example of capillus' ® laser cap (CapillusLLC, Miami, FL, USA), which is arranged to implement attached to a conventional head covering (e.g., a baseball cap, hood or beanie) 272 to 650nm laser having a lower work diode rigid cap insert. intended to be used to solve other commercially available light therapy device comprises a laser comb for hair loss, such as Hairmax®, laser comb (Florida 博卡拉顿市的LexingtonInt. LLC)。各种Hairmax®激光梳使用以655nm± IOnm进行工作的7到12个激光丰旲块。 Boca Raton LexingtonInt. LLC). Various Hairmax® laser comb laser using 7-12 abundance Dae blocks operate in a 655nm ± IOnm.

[0010] 现有的光疗设备具有影响其效用的限制。 [0010] The conventional phototherapy devices have limitations affect their utility. 对于许多用户来说,刚性头盔型光疗设备可能不舒适和不美观,并且这样的设备可能制造起来很麻烦。 For many users, rigid helmet-type light therapy device may be uncomfortable and unsightly, and such equipment may create a lot of trouble. 对于常规光疗头盔、帽和梳子(例如,因为它们需要用户移动和顺从性)而言,在整个待治疗的区域上提供基本均匀和/ 或不间断的覆盖也可能是具有挑战性的。 For conventional phototherapy helmet, the cap and the comb (e.g., because they require the user to move and compliance), it provides a substantially uniform and / or continuous coverage over the entire area to be treated may be challenging. 热管理也可能是常规光疗头盔和帽子所关注的。 Thermal management may also be a conventional phototherapy helmets and hats concern.

[0011] 本领域继续寻求改进的光疗设备,以提供期望的照明特性并能克服与常规光疗设备相关的挑战。 [0011] The present art continue to seek improved light therapy device, to provide the desired illumination characteristics and overcome associated with conventional phototherapy devices challenge.

[0012] 概述 [0012] Overview

[0013] 本公开的各方面涉及用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的可佩戴设备以及制造和使用这种设备的方法。 [0013] Aspects of a method and apparatus of the present disclosure relates to light energy delivered to the patient's scalp wearable making and using such devices.

[0014] 在第一方面,本公开涉及用于将光发射(例如,光能)递送到患者的头皮的光疗设备,该设备包括柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)、至少一个透光层(例如,密封剂或透镜)和多个支架。 [0014] In a first aspect, the present disclosure relates to a light-emitting (e.g., energy) delivered to the patient's scalp phototherapy device, the apparatus comprising a flexible printed circuit board (the FPCB), at least one light transmissive layer (e.g., encapsulant or lens) and a plurality of brackets. FPCB包括近侧表面,该近侧表面支撑在该近侧表面上方具有发射器高度的至少一个发光设备,其中,FPCB包括多个互连面板和多个弯曲区域,该多个弯曲区域被限定在所述多个互连面板中的至少一些之中和之间以便允许FPCB提供凹形形状以覆盖患者的颅顶的至少一部分。 FPCB includes a proximal surface, the at least one light-emitting device of the proximal surface of the support above the height of the proximal surface having a transmitter, wherein, FPCB comprises a plurality of interconnected panels and a plurality of curved regions, the plurality of curved regions are defined in in at least some of the plurality of interconnected panels and in order to allow the FPCB provided between the concave shape to cover at least a portion of the patient's cranial vault. 该至少一个透光层布置在FPCB附近并且被配置为透射由至少一个发光设备生成的至少一些光发射。 The at least one light transmissive layer disposed in the vicinity of FPCB and is configured to transmit at least some light emitted by the at least one light emitting device is generated. 所述多个支架被配置成布置在FPCB与患者的头皮之间,其中多个支架中的至少一些支架包括超过发射器高度的支架高度。 A plurality of brackets are configured to be disposed between the patient's scalp FPCB, wherein at least some of the stent comprises a transmitter height than the height of the plurality of stent scaffold.

[0015] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括驱动器电路,该驱动器电路被配置为激励至少一个发光设备以生成光发射。 [0015] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a driver circuit, the driver circuit is configured to actuate at least one light emitting device to generate light emission. 在某些实施例中,所述至少一个发光设备包括多个发光设备。 In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device comprises a plurality of light emitting devices.

[0016] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括成形构件,该成形构件具有布置成接收FPCB的大致凹形的内部。 [0016] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a shaped member, the shaped member is arranged having a generally concave internal receiving the FPCB. 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括布置成覆盖FPCB的织物覆盖物。 In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a fabric cover arranged to cover the FPCB. 在某些实施例中,FPCB被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩以允许多个支架接触患者的头皮。 In certain embodiments, FPCB is disposed outwardly and inwardly to accommodate the expansion of contraction of the stent to permit multiple contacts the patient scalp. 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括定位在FPCB的远侧表面附近的织物帽,其中织物帽限定了孔, 该孔被配置成接收包含驱动器电路的至少一部分的电子器件外壳。 In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a positioning near the distal surface of the FPCB fabric cap, wherein the cap defines a web aperture configured to at least a portion of the electronics housing receiving a driver circuit.

[0017] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括电耦合到驱动器电路的能量存储设备。 [0017] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a driver circuit electrically coupled to an energy storage device. 在某些实施例中,能量存储设备包括电池,并且电池由耦合到电子器件外壳的电池保持器保持。 In certain embodiments, the energy storage device comprises a battery, and the battery held by the electronics enclosure coupled to the battery holder.

[0018] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括电源电路,该电源电路被布置成提供至少一个经调节功率信号,以供光疗设备的微控制器或至少一个发光设备中的至少一个使用,其中, 在检测到光疗设备的指定的使用次数时,该光疗设备被指示防止光疗设备的进一步操作。 [0018] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprises a power supply circuit, the power supply circuit is arranged to provide at least one regulated power signal for the microcontroller phototherapy device or at least one of the at least one light emitting device, wherein, upon detection of the specified number of times using phototherapy device, the phototherapy apparatus further operation is prevented indicated phototherapy device. 在某些实施例中,光疗设备被配置成生成被适配成不可逆地禁用电源电路的禁用信号。 In certain embodiments, phototherapy device is configured to generate is adapted to irreversibly disable signal disables the power supply circuit. 在某些实施例中,电源电路包括布置成与至少一个发光设备电连通的至少一个熔丝连接,并且禁用信号被适配成断开至少一个熔丝连接以防止电流被供应到至少一个发光设备。 In certain embodiments, the power supply circuit comprises arranged in connection with the at least one light emitting device electrically communicating with at least one fuse, and the disable signal is adapted to disconnect at least one fuse link to prevent at least one light emitting device is supplied to the current .

[0019] 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备由非相干发光设备组成。 [0019] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device composed of a non-coherent light emitting device. 在某些实施例中,当被激励以发光时,该至少一个发光设备提供每平方厘米至少1焦耳的能量密度(fluence)。 In certain embodiments, when being energized to emit light, the at least one light emitting device to provide an energy density (Fluence) of at least 1 Joule per centimeter squared. 在某些实施例中,所述至少一个发光设备包括被布置成产生具有第一峰值波长的光的第一发光设备阵列和被布置成产生具有第二峰值波长的光的第二发光设备阵列,其中,第二峰值波长与第一峰值波长相差至少20nm。 In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device comprises a light emitting device arranged to generate a first array and arranged to generate a second array of light emitting device having a second peak wavelength light having a first peak wavelength, wherein the first and second peak wavelengths differ by at least a peak wavelength of 20nm.

[0020] 在某些实施例中,第一峰值波长和第二峰值波长选自以下组合(a)至(f)之一:(a) 第一峰值波长在615nm至635nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;⑹第一峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;(c)第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在620nm至640nm的范围内;⑹第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;(e)第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在495nm至515nm的范围内;或(f)第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内。 [0020] In certain embodiments, the first peak wavelength and the second peak wavelength is selected from the following combinations (a) to (f) one of: (a) a first peak wavelength in the range of 635nm to 615nm, and the first in the range of 520nm to 540nm, and the peak wavelength of the second ⑹ first peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm;; range (c) a first peak wavelength in a 410nm to 430nm di peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm inside, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 620nm to 640nm; ⑹ a first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (e) a first peak wavelength 410nm to the range of 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range 495nm to 515nm; a first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range 520nm to 540nm or (f) in.

[0021] 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备包括被布置成产生具有第一峰值波长的光的第一发光设备阵列和被布置成产生具有第二峰值波长的光的第二发光设备阵列,并且第二峰值波长与第一峰值波长相差至少50nm。 [0021] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device comprises a light emitting device arranged to generate a first array of light having a first peak wavelength and arranged to generate a second light having a peak wavelength of the second light emitting device array and second peak wavelengths differ by at least a first peak wavelength and 50nm.

[0022] 在某些实施例中,第一发光设备阵列提供具有第一峰值波长值和第一半峰全宽值的光谱输出,其中第一峰值波长值减去第一半峰全宽值的一半大于400纳米;并且第二发光设备阵列提供具有第二峰值波长值和第二半峰全宽值的光谱输出,其中所述第二峰值波长值减去第二半峰全宽值的一半大于450纳米。 [0022] In certain embodiments, the first array of light emitting device having a spectral output provides a first value and a first peak wavelength FWHM values, wherein the first peak wavelength value by subtracting the first value of the full width at half maximum half of greater than 400 nm; and providing a second array of light emitting device having a spectral output and a second value of a second peak wavelength FWHM values, wherein the second peak wavelength value minus half the full width at half maximum is greater than a second 450 nm.

[0023] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括接近传感器,该接近传感器布置成感测指示光疗设备接近患者的头皮的放置的状况,其中至少一个发光设备的操作的启动、终止或修改中的至少一个是响应于接近传感器的输出信号的。 [0023] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a proximity sensor, the proximity sensor is arranged to sense conditions indicative of light therapy device is placed condition of access to the patient's scalp, wherein at least a start operation of the light emitting device, termination or modification at least one output signal in response to the proximity sensor.

[0024] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括温度传感器,该温度传感器布置成感测在光疗设备的一部分上或其附近的温度状况,其中至少一个发光设备的操作的启动、操作的偏离或操作的终止中的至少一个是响应于温度传感器的输出信号的。 [0024] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further includes a temperature sensor, the temperature sensor is arranged to sense on the part of the light therapy device or the temperature of nearby, wherein the at least a start operation of the light emitting device, the deviation operation or terminate at least one operation in response to an output signal of the temperature sensor.

[0025] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括:(a)用户可感知的可视信号元件,其被布置成产生可视信号;和/或⑹用户可感知的可听信号元件,其被布置成产生可听信号,其中,可视信号和/或可听信号指示光疗设备的操作状态、光疗设备的充电状态或光疗设备的操作周期的计数。 [0025] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising: a visual signal element (a) user-perceptible, arranged to produce a visible signal; and / or audible signal perceptible to the user ⑹ element, which It is arranged to produce an audible signal, wherein the count operation period of the visual signal and / or audible signal indicating the operating state of phototherapy device, light therapy device charging or phototherapy device.

[0026] 在某些实施例中,多个支架与至少一个透光层整合在一起。 [0026] In certain embodiments, a plurality of brackets with at least one of the transparent layer together. 在某些实施例中,多个支架附接到至少一个透光层。 In certain embodiments, the at least one bracket is attached to the plurality of light-transmitting layer.

[0027] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备被实施在被布置成佩戴在患者头部上的可佩戴帽中, 其中,可佩戴帽的最外表面包括织物覆盖物。 [0027] In certain embodiments, phototherapy devices are arranged to be worn in the embodiment can be worn on the patient's head in a cap in which the wearable outermost surface of the cap comprises a fabric covering.

[0028] 在某些实施例中,从多个支架中的至少一些支架的近端到FPCB的近侧表面的距离超过至少一个透光层的厚度。 [0028] In certain embodiments, the stent from the proximal end of at least some of the plurality of stent from the proximal surface of the FPCB to the at least one more than the thickness of the translucent layer. 在某些实施例中,多个支架位于FPCB和至少一个透光层之间。 In certain embodiments, a plurality of brackets situated between the at least one light transmissive layer and the FPCB. 在某些实施例中,至少一个透光层包括柔性双凸透镜(flexible lenticular lens)。 In certain embodiments, the at least one light-transmitting layer comprises a flexible lenticular lens (flexible lenticular lens).

[0029] 在某些实施例中,用于治疗至少一种皮肤病的方法包括将光疗设备放置在患者的头部,并且激励至少一个发光设备以将光发射照射在患者的头皮的至少一部分上。 Method [0029] In certain embodiments, for treating skin diseases comprising at least one of the phototherapy device is placed in the patient's head, and at least one excitation light emitting device to emit light is irradiated in at least a portion of the patient's scalp .

[0030] 另一方面,本公开涉及用于将光发射递送至患者的头皮的光疗设备。 [0030] On the other hand, the present disclosure relates to light emitting delivered to the patient's scalp phototherapy device. 光疗设备包括柔性衬底,该柔性衬底包括支撑至少一个发光设备阵列的近侧表面和配置成透射由至少一个发光设备阵列产生的至少一些光发射的透光层。 Phototherapy apparatus comprising a flexible substrate, the flexible substrate comprises at least one proximal surface of a support an array of light emitting devices and configured to transmit at least some of the emitted light transmissive layer is generated by at least one light emitting device arrays. 该设备还包括被定位在柔性衬底和患者的头皮之间的多个支架。 The apparatus further comprises a flexible substrate is positioned between the patient's scalp and a plurality of brackets. 该设备还包括能量存储元件、布置成与能量存储元件电连通的并且被配置成驱动至少一个发光设备阵列的驱动器电路以及布置成覆盖柔性衬底的织物覆盖物。 The apparatus further comprises an energy storage element, arranged and configured to drive at least one drive circuit of the light emitting device array, and disposed to cover the fabric cover and the flexible substrate in electrical communication with the energy storage element. 柔性衬底和织物覆盖物被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩,以允许光疗设备可调整地贴合到患者的头部。 A fabric covering and a flexible substrate are arranged to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction to allow the phototherapy apparatus adjustably attached to the patient's head.

[0031] 在某些实施例中,从多个支架中的至少一些支架的近端到柔性衬底的近侧表面的距离超过透光层的厚度。 [0031] In certain embodiments, the distance from the proximal end of at least some of the plurality of stent to stent proximal surface of the flexible substrate than the thickness of the light-transmitting layer. 在某些实施例中,多个支架被定位于柔性衬底和透光层之间。 In certain embodiments, the plurality of brackets are positioned between the flexible substrate and the light transmissive layer. 在某些实施例中,透光层包括柔性双凸透镜。 In certain embodiments, the transparent layer comprises a flexible lenticular lens.

[0032] 在某些实施例中,柔性衬底包括多个互连面板并且包括多个弯曲区域,多个弯曲区域被限定在多个互连面板中的至少一些面板之中和之间。 [0032] In certain embodiments, the flexible substrate comprising a plurality of panels and comprising a plurality of interconnected curved regions, among the plurality of curved regions are defined in at least some of the plurality of interconnected panels and between the panels.

[0033] 在某些实施例中,柔性衬底包括柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)。 [0033] In certain embodiments, the flexible substrate comprises a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB). 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备阵列中的发光设备包括发射器高度,并且光疗设备包括设置在FPCB和/或透光层上的多个支架,多个支架相对于近侧表面被升起,其中,多个支架中的至少一些支架包括超过发射器高度的支架高度。 In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device light emitting device array includes a transmitter height, and phototherapy apparatus comprising a plurality of brackets provided on the FPCB and / or the light-transmitting layer, a plurality of stents is raised relative to the proximal surface since, wherein at least some of the stent comprises a transmitter height than the height plurality stent scaffold.

[0034] 在某些实施例中,在多个互连面板中的相邻面板的部分之间提供间隙以适应向外扩张和向内收缩,并且能够散发由至少一个发光设备阵列产生的热量。 [0034] In certain embodiments, there is provided a gap portion between a plurality of interconnected panels adjacent panels to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction, and to dissipate heat generated by the at least one light emitting device arrays.

[0035] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括限定孔的织物帽,该孔被配置成接收包含驱动器电路的至少一部分的电子器件外壳。 [0035] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprises a fabric cap defining an aperture, the aperture being configured to at least a portion of the electronics housing receiving a driver circuit. 在某些实施例中,能量存储元件包括电池,并且电池被固定到电子器件外壳或由枢转地耦合到电子器件外壳的电池保持器保持。 In certain embodiments, the energy storage element comprises a battery, and the battery is secured to the electronics housing or the electronics housing pivotally coupled by a battery holder to the holder.

[0036] 在某些实施例中,在检测到光疗设备的指定的使用次数时,光疗设备还被配置为生成被适配成不可逆地禁用光疗设备的禁用信号,以防止光疗设备的进一步操作。 [0036] In certain embodiments, upon detecting a specified number of uses phototherapy device, light therapy device is further configured to generate adapted to irreversibly disable phototherapy device disable signal, to prevent further operation of light therapy device. 在某些实施例中,禁用信号包括电压尖峰和/或电流尖峰。 In certain embodiments, the disable signal comprises a voltage spikes and / or current spikes.

[0037] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括电源电路,该电源电路被布置成提供由光疗设备的微控制器和/或至少一个发光设备阵列使用的至少一个经调节功率信号,其中,禁用信号被发送以防止光疗设备的进一步操作。 [0037] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprises a power supply circuit, the power supply circuit is arranged to be provided by the microcontroller phototherapy device and / or at least one of the at least one adjusted light emitting device arrays power signal, wherein, disable signal is transmitted to prevent further operation of light therapy device.

[0038] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括布置成与至少一个发光设备阵列电连通的至少一个熔丝连接,其中禁用信号被适配成断开至少一个熔丝连接,以防止电流被供应至该至少一个发光设备阵列。 [0038] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprises at least one fuse arranged with the at least one light emitting device array of electrical communication connection, wherein the disable signal is adapted to disconnect at least one fuse link, to prevent current being supplied to the at least one light emitting device arrays.

[0039] 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备阵列由非相干固态发光设备组成。 [0039] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device by the incoherent solid state light array devices. 在某些实施例中,至少一个固态发光设备阵列提供每平方厘米至少1焦耳的能量密度。 In certain embodiments, the at least one solid state light emitting device array to provide at least 1 Joule per square centimeter of energy density. 在某些实施例中,至少一个固态发光设备阵列包括被布置成产生具有第一峰值波长的光的第一固态发光设备阵列和布置成产生具有第二峰值波长的光的第二固态发光设备阵列,并且第二峰值波长与第一峰值波长相差至少20nm〇 In certain embodiments, the at least one solid state light emitting device is arranged to generate an array comprising a first solid state array of light emitting device having a first peak wavelength and arranged to generate a second array of solid state light emitting device having a second peak wavelength , the first and second peak wavelengths differ by at least a peak wavelength 20nm〇

[0040] 在某些实施例中,第一峰值波长和第二峰值波长选自以下组合(a)至(f)之一:(a) 第一峰值波长在615nm至635nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;⑹第一峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;(c)第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在620nm至640nm的范围内;⑹第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;(e)第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在495nm至515nm的范围内;或(f)第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内。 [0040] In certain embodiments, the first peak wavelength and the second peak wavelength is selected from the following combinations (a) to (f) one of: (a) a first peak wavelength in the range of 635nm to 615nm, and the first in the range of 520nm to 540nm, and the peak wavelength of the second ⑹ first peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm;; range (c) a first peak wavelength in a 410nm to 430nm di peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm inside, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 620nm to 640nm; ⑹ a first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (e) a first peak wavelength 410nm to the range of 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range 495nm to 515nm; a first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range 520nm to 540nm or (f) in.

[0041] 在某些实施例中,至少一个固态发光设备阵列包括被布置成产生具有第一峰值波长的光的第一固态发光设备阵列和布置成产生具有第二峰值波长的光的第二固态发光设备阵列,并且第二峰值波长与第一峰值波长相差至少50nm。 [0041] In certain embodiments, the at least one solid state light emitting device array includes a second solid state is arranged to generate a first solid state array of light emitting device having a first peak wavelength and arranged to generate light having a second peak wavelength an array of light emitting devices, and the second peak wavelength difference between the first peak wavelength of at least 50nm.

[0042] 在某些实施例中,第一固态发光设备阵列提供具有第一峰值波长值和第一半峰全宽值的光谱输出,其中,第一峰值波长值减去第一半峰全宽值的一半大于400纳米;并且第二固态发光设备阵列提供具有第二峰值波长值和第二半峰全宽值的光谱输出,其中,第二峰值波长值减去第二半峰全宽值的一半大于450纳米。 [0042] In certain embodiments, the first array of solid state light emitting device having a spectral output provides a first value and a first peak wavelength FWHM values, wherein the first peak wavelength value by subtracting the first FWHM is greater than half the value of 400 nm; and providing a second array of solid state light emitting device having a spectral output and a second value of a second peak wavelength FWHM values, wherein the second peak wavelength value obtained by subtracting a second full width half maximum value larger than half of 450 nm.

[0043] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括光学传感器,该光学传感器被布置成感测指示光疗设备放置在患者的头皮附近的状况,其中,至少一个发光设备阵列的操作的启动、终止和/或修改是响应于光学传感器的输出信号的。 [0043] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further includes an optical sensor, the optical sensor is arranged to sense an indication phototherapy equipment placed nearby the patient's scalp, wherein at least a start operation of the light emitting device array, the termination and / or modified in response to an output signal of the optical sensor.

[0044] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括温度传感器,该温度传感器布置成感测在光疗设备的一部分上的或附近的温度状况,其中,至少一个发光设备阵列的操作的启动、操作的修改和/或操作的终止是响应于温度传感器的输出信号的。 [0044] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further includes a temperature sensor, the temperature sensor is arranged to sense on the part of the light therapy device or temperature nearby, wherein the at least one operation of the light emitting device array starts operation modify and / or terminate the operation is performed in response to the output signal of the temperature sensor.

[0045] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括:(a)用户可感知的可视信号元件,其布置成产生可视信号;和/或(b)用户可感知的可听信号元件,其被布置为产生可听信号,其中,可视信号和/或可听信号指示光疗设备的操作状态、光疗设备的充电状态或光疗设备的操作周期的计数。 [0045] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising: a visual signal element (a) user-perceptible arranged to produce a visible signal; and / or (b) an audible signal perceptible to the user element, which is arranged to generate an audible signal, wherein the counting, a visual signal and / or audible operating state, charging state or phototherapy device operation cycle signal indicates the phototherapy apparatus phototherapy device.

[0046] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括:(a)用户可感知的可视信号元件,其布置成产生可视信号;和/或⑹用户可感知的可听信号元件,其被布置为产生可听信号,其中可视信号和/或可听信号指示光疗设备的操作周期的计数。 [0046] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising: a visual signal element (a) user-perceptible arranged to produce a visible signal; and / or audible signal perceptible to the user ⑹ element, which is arranged to generate an audible signal, a visual signal which counts and / or audible signal indicates the operation cycle phototherapy device.

[0047] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备被实施于被布置成佩戴在患者的头部上的可佩戴帽中,其中,可佩戴帽的最外表面包括织物覆盖物。 [0047] In certain embodiments, be implemented in phototherapy device are arranged on the head of the patient worn wearable cap, wherein the wearable outermost surface of the cap comprises a fabric covering.

[0048] 在某些实施例中,用于治疗至少一种皮肤病的方法包括将光疗设备放置在患者的头部上,并且激励至少一个发光设备阵列以将光能照射在患者的头皮的至少一部分上。 Method [0048] In certain embodiments, for treating skin diseases comprising at least one of the phototherapy device is placed on the patient's head, and the at least one light emitting device array of excitation light energy is irradiated at least to the patient's scalp a part of.

[0049] 在另一方面中,本公开涉及用于治疗至少一种皮肤病的方法,所述方法包括将如本文公开的光疗设备放置在患者的头部上,并激励至少一个发光设备阵列以将光能照射在患者的头皮的至少一部分上。 [0049] In another aspect, the present disclosure relates to a method for treating at least one skin disease, the method disclosed herein as comprising a light therapy device is placed on the patient's head, and at least one excitation light emitting device array the light irradiated on at least a portion of the patient's scalp.

[0050] 另一方面,本公开涉及用于将光发射递送至患者的头皮的光疗设备。 [0050] On the other hand, the present disclosure relates to light emitting delivered to the patient's scalp phototherapy device. 该设备包括柔性透镜,柔性透镜包括近侧透镜表面和远侧透镜表面;柔性印刷电路板(FPCB),所述柔性印刷电路板包括在其近侧表面上的至少一个发光设备;以及多个支架,所述多个支架被定位在所述远侧透镜表面与所述FPCB之间以在至少一个发光设备与所述远侧透镜表面之间保持最小距离。 The apparatus comprises a flexible lens, the lens comprising a flexible lens surface and a proximal surface of the distal lens; at least one light emitting device on its proximal surface of the flexible printed circuit board (the FPCB), the flexible printed circuit board comprising; a plurality of brackets and a plurality of brackets are positioned between the distal surface of the lens FPCB to maintain a minimum distance between the at least one light emitting device and the distal surface of the lens. 光疗设备被配置为将由至少一个发光设备产生的光发射通过柔性透镜透射到患者的头皮。 Phototherapy device is configured by the at least one light emitting device generates light transmitting through the flexible lens into the patient's scalp.

[0051] 在某些实施例中,从所述多个支架中的每个支架的近端到柔性透镜的近侧表面的距离超过柔性透镜的厚度。 [0051] In certain embodiments, the distance from the proximal end of each of said plurality of stent to the proximal surface of the flexible stent of the lens exceeds the thickness of the flexible lens. 在某些实施例中,透光层包括柔性双凸透镜。 In certain embodiments, the transparent layer comprises a flexible lenticular lens.

[0052] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括通信模块,其被配置为与光疗设备外部的电子设备进行电子通信。 [0052] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further includes a communication module that is configured with an external electronic device phototherapy device in electronic communication.

[0053] 在某些实施例中,所述至少一个发光设备的光发射大约在410nm至455nm的范围内。 [0053] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitter is in the range of about 410nm to 455nm of the light emitting device. 在某些实施例中,所述至少一个发光设备的光发射约在620nm至700nm的范围或约在620nm至900nm的范围内。 In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device emitting in the range of about 620nm to about 700nm, or in the range of 620nm to 900nm. 在某些实施例中,光发射被配置成治疗或预防患者的脱发。 In certain embodiments, the light emitter configured to treating or preventing hair loss.

[0054] 在某些实施例中,用于治疗至少一种皮肤病的方法包括将光疗设备放置在患者的头上,并激励至少一个发光设备以将光发射递送到患者的头皮的至少一部分上。 [0054] In certain embodiments, for at least a portion of at least one method for treating skin disorder comprising a phototherapy device is placed in the patient's head, and the at least one light emitting device excited to emit light delivered to the patient's scalp .

[0055] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括驱动器电路,该驱动器电路被配置为激励至少一个发光设备以生成光发射。 [0055] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a driver circuit, the driver circuit is configured to actuate at least one light emitting device to generate light emission. 在某些实施例中,所述至少一个发光设备包括多个发光设备。 In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device comprises a plurality of light emitting devices.

[0056] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括织物帽,其中FPCB被定位于织物帽和柔性透镜之间,并且FPCB包括扩展接头以允许调整织物帽的开口周长。 [0056] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a cap fabric, wherein the fabric FPCB is positioned between the cap and the flexible lens, and the expansion joint comprising FPCB perimeter of the opening to allow adjustment of the fabric cap. 在某些实施例中,织物帽限定被配置成接收包含驱动器电路的至少一部分的电子器件外壳的孔。 In certain embodiments, the fabric defining a cap receiving aperture configured to at least a portion of the electronics housing containing the drive circuit. 在某些实施例中,FPCB 被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩。 In certain embodiments, FPCB is disposed inwardly and outwardly to accommodate the expansion of contraction.

[0057] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括电耦合到驱动器电路的能量存储设备,其中,能量存储设备包括电池,并且电池由耦合到电子器件外壳的电池保持器保持。 [0057] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprising a driver circuit electrically coupled to the energy storage device, wherein the energy storage device comprises a battery, and the battery held by the electronics enclosure coupled to the battery holder.

[0058] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括电源电路,该电源电路被布置为提供至少一个经调节功率信号,以供光疗设备的微控制器或至少一个发光设备中的至少一个使用,其中, 禁用信号被适配成不可逆地禁用电源电路。 [0058] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprises a power supply circuit, the power supply circuit is arranged to provide at least one regulated power signal for the microcontroller phototherapy device or at least one of the at least one light emitting device, wherein the disable signal is adapted to irreversibly disables the power circuit.

[0059] 在某些实施例中,多个支架与柔性透镜整合在一起。 [0059] In certain embodiments, the plurality of lenses together with the flexible holder. 在某些实施例中,多个支架附接到柔性透镜。 In certain embodiments, a plurality of brackets attached to the flexible lens.

[0060] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备包括衬底,该衬底包括多个互连面板和多个弯曲区域, 所述多个弯曲区域被限定在多个互连面板中的多个面板之中和之间。 [0060] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus comprising a substrate comprising a plurality of interconnected panels and a plurality of curved regions, the plurality of panels of the plurality of curved regions are defined in a plurality of interconnected panels and in between.

[0061] 在某些实施例中,在检测到光疗设备的指定的使用次数时,光疗设备还被配置为生成被适配成不可逆地禁用光疗设备的禁用信号,以防止光疗设备的进一步操作。 [0061] In certain embodiments, upon detecting a specified number of uses phototherapy device, light therapy device is further configured to generate adapted to irreversibly disable phototherapy device disable signal, to prevent further operation of light therapy device. 在某些实施例中,禁用信号包括电压尖峰和/或电流尖峰。 In certain embodiments, the disable signal comprises a voltage spikes and / or current spikes.

[0062] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括布置为与至少一个发光设备(例如,至少一个发光设备阵列)电连通的至少一个熔丝连接,其中,禁用信号被适配成断开至少一个熔丝连接以防止电流被供应到所述至少一个发光设备。 [0062] In certain embodiments, the apparatus further comprises a phototherapy is disposed (e.g., at least one light emitting device array) of at least one fuse connected to at least one light emitting device in electrical communication, wherein the disable signal is adapted to disconnect at least a fuse link to prevent said at least one light emitting device is supplied to the current.

[0063] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括光学传感器,所述光学传感器被布置成感测指示所述光疗设备放置在患者的头皮附近的状况,其中,所述至少一个发光设备(例如,至少一个发光装置阵列)的操作的启动、终止或修改中的至少一个是响应于光学传感器的输出信号的。 [0063] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further comprises an optical sensor, the optical sensor is arranged to sense an indication of the phototherapy device is placed in the vicinity of the patient's scalp condition, wherein the at least one light emitting device (e.g. , starting at least one light emitting device array) operation, termination or modification of the at least one output signal in response to the optical sensor.

[0064] 在某些实施例中,光疗设备还包括温度传感器,该温度传感器被布置成感测在光疗设备的一部分上的或附近的温度状况,其中,所述至少一个发光设备(例如,至少一个发光设备阵列)的操作的启动、操作的修改或操作的终止中的至少一个是响应于温度传感器的输出信号的。 [0064] In certain embodiments, the phototherapy apparatus further includes a temperature sensor, the temperature sensor is arranged to sense on the part of the light therapy device or temperature nearby, wherein the at least one light emitting device (e.g., at least a light emitting device array) to start the operation, modify or terminate the operation of at least one operation in response to the output signal of the temperature sensor.

[0065] 在某些实施例中,柔性透镜包括柔性双凸透镜。 [0065] In certain embodiments, the flexible lenticular lens comprises a flexible lens. 在某些实施例中,多个支架一体地附接到柔性双凸透镜。 In certain embodiments, the plurality of brackets integrally attached to the flexible lenticular lens. 在某些实施例中,柔性透镜和FPCB在尺寸和/或形状上是可调整的以适应各种头部尺寸。 In certain embodiments, the lens and the flexible FPCB in size and / or shape are adjustable to accommodate various head sizes. 在某些实施例中,柔性双凸透镜和多个支架通过模制形成。 In certain embodiments, the flexible lenticular lens and a plurality of brackets are formed by molding.

[0066] 在另一方面中,本公开涉及一种用于将光能递送至患者的头皮的光疗设备。 [0066] In another aspect, the present disclosure relates to light therapy apparatus for delivering energy to a patient's scalp. 光疗设备包括织物帽、包括从其远侧表面延伸的多个支架的柔性双凸透镜、和被定位在柔性双凸透镜与织物帽之间的柔性印刷电路板(FPCB) (FPCB包括限定凹部的多个互连面板),以及布置在FPCB的近侧表面上的并且被配置为生成非相干光的至少一个发光设备。 Phototherapy apparatus comprising a fabric cap, comprising a plurality of lenticular lens from a flexible bracket extending distal surface, and a lenticular lens positioned between the flexible cap fabric flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) (FPCB comprises a plurality of recesses defined interconnect panels), and disposed on the proximal surface of the FPCB and configured to generate at least one incoherent light emitting device. 多个支架被配置为维持在至少一个发光设备与柔性双凸透镜的远侧表面之间的最小距离的间隔。 A plurality of brackets are configured to maintain a minimum spacing distance between the at least one light emitting device and the distal surface of the flexible lenticular lens. 光疗设备被配置为佩戴在患者的头部上以覆盖患者的颅顶的至少一部分,以透射由至少一个发光设备生成的非相干光的至少一部分以照射在患者的头皮上。 Phototherapy device is configured to be worn on the head of the patient to cover at least a portion of the patient's cranial vault, to transmit non-coherent light generated by the at least one light emitting device on at least a portion to irradiate the patient's scalp. 在另一方面中,本公开涉及一种将光能递送至患者的头皮的方法。 In another aspect, the present disclosure relates to a method of delivering light energy to the patient's scalp. 该方法包括将光疗设备定位在患者的头部上方,光疗设备包括具有远端透镜表面的柔性透镜、至少部分地覆盖柔性透镜并且支撑至少一个发光设备的柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)以及被定位在所述远侧透镜表面与所述FPCB之间以维持在所述至少一个发光设备与所述远侧透镜表面之间的最小距离的多个支架;调整光疗设备的尺寸和/或形状以贴合患者的头部;从安装到所述FPCB的所述至少一个发光设备生成光发射;以及通过所述柔性透镜的至少一个透光部分透射所生成的光发射的至少一部分以照射在患者的头皮上。 The method includes phototherapy apparatus positioned above the patient's head, phototherapy apparatus comprising a flexible lens having a distal lens surface, at least partially covers the flexible lens and supports at least one flexible printed circuit board light emitting device (FPCB) and is positioned the distal lens between the surface and the FPCB to the plurality of stents is maintained between the at least one light emitting device and the lens surface of the distal smallest distance; phototherapy device adjusting the size and / or shape to fit the patient's head; attached to the FPCB from the at least one light emitting device to generate light emission; and the at least one light-transmitting portion transmitting light generated emitted to illuminate at least part of the patient's scalp flexible lens .

[0067] 在另一方面中,本公开涉及组装光疗设备的方法。 [0067] In another aspect, the present disclosure relates to a method for assembling a light therapy device. 该方法包括在柔性透镜的至少一部分上方布置柔性印刷电路板(FPCB),所述FPCB包括安装于其上的至少一个发光设备, 其中多个支架被定位在远侧透镜表面与FPCB之间以在所述至少一个发光设备与所述远侧透镜表面之间保持最小距离,以及将织物帽布置在所述FPCB的至少一部分上方,其中所述FPCB被固定在所述织物帽与所述柔性透镜之间。 The method includes a flexible portion disposed over at least a flexible printed circuit board lens (FPCB), the FPCB includes at least one light emitting device mounted thereon, wherein the plurality of brackets are positioned between the lens surface and distal to the FPCB the at least one light emitting device and maintained between the lens surface of the distal minimum distance, and a cap arranged above the fabric at least part of the FPCB, the FPCB wherein the fabric is fixed to the cap and the flexible lens between.

[0068] 在另一方面中,本公开涉及一种电容器。 [0068] In another aspect, the present disclosure relates to a capacitor. 该电容器包括:第一柔性电路板元件,其包括第一导电材料层和第一电介质材料层;第二柔性电路板元件,其包括第二导电材料层和第二电介质材料层;以及至少一个固体间隔件,其联接在第一柔性电路板元件和第二柔性电路板元件之间。 The capacitor includes: a first flexible circuit board member, which comprises a first layer of conductive material and a first layer of dielectric material; a second flexible circuit board element comprising a second conductive material layer and the second layer of dielectric material; and at least one solid and a spacer coupled between the first flexible member and second flexible circuit board circuit board element.

[0069] 在某些实施例中,所述至少一个固体间隔件具有介电常数值,该介电常数值在约2 至约5的范围内。 [0069] In certain embodiments, the at least one solid spacer having a dielectric constant value, the dielectric constant in the range of from about 2 to about 5. 在某些实施例中,至少一个固体间隔件粘附在第一柔性电路板元件和第二柔性电路板元件之间。 In certain embodiments, the at least one spacer element adhered to a solid flexible circuit board between the first member and the second flexible circuit board element.

[0070] 在某些实施例中,第一柔性电路板元件包括第二柔性电路板元件的连续延伸部分,具有被布置在第一柔性电路板元件和第二柔性电路板元件之间的向后弯曲的挠曲区域。 [0070] In certain embodiments, the first flexible circuit board extending portion of the second member includes a continuous flexible circuit board member, is having a rearwardly disposed between the first member and the second flexible circuit board flexible circuit board element bending flexure zone. 在某些实施例中,第一导电材料层比第二导电材料层具有更大的横向伸展。 In certain embodiments, the first layer of conductive material having a greater lateral extent than the second layer of conductive material.

[0071] 在某些实施例中,至少一个固体间隔件、第一电介质材料层和第二电介质材料层将在第一导电材料层和第二导电材料层之间的距离保持在约〇.2mm至约2mm的范围内。 [0071] In certain embodiments, the at least one solid spacer member, a first layer of dielectric material and a second dielectric material layer is maintained at about 〇.2mm distance between the first conductive material layer and the second layer of conductive material to the range of about 2mm. 在某些实施例中,该距离在约〇. 3mm至约1.9mm的范围内。 In certain embodiments, the distance is in the range of approximately square. 1.9mm to about 3mm.

[0072] 在某些实施例中,接近传感器包括电容器。 [0072] In certain embodiments, the proximity sensor comprises a capacitor.

[0073] 在另一方面中,可以组合本文所述的任何前述方面和/或各种单独的方面和特征以获得额外的优势。 Any of the foregoing aspects and / or various individual aspects and features [0073] In another aspect, described herein may be combined for additional advantage. 本文公开的各种特征和元件中的任何特征和元件可以与一个或多个其他公开的特征和元件组合,除非本文相反指示。 Any features and elements of various features and elements disclosed herein may be one or more of other disclosed features and combinations of elements, unless indicated to the contrary herein.

[0074] 从随后的公开内容和所附权利要求,本发明的其它方面、特征和实施例将更加充分明显。 [0074] from the ensuing disclosure and appended claims, further aspects of the invention, embodiments and features will become more fully apparent.

[0075] 附图简述 [0075] BRIEF DESCRIPTION

[0076] 图1是被实施于用于向患者的头皮递送光发射的可佩戴帽中的发光设备的分解视图,该设备包括由布置成凹形配置的FPCB支撑的多个发光器和支架、配置成接收FPCB并配置成支撑电池和控制模块的凹形成形构件,以及布置成覆盖支撑构件和柔性衬底的织物覆盖物。 [0076] FIG. 1 is an exploded view of the embodiment for delivery to the light emitted from the light emitting device wearable in the cap to the patient's scalp, which device comprises a concave configuration FPCB arranged to support a plurality of light emitters and a bracket, FPCB and configured to receive the battery and configured to support control module concave shaped member, and the fabric covering the support member and arranged to cover a flexible substrate.

[0077] 图2A是与图1的控制模块(带电池)组合在一起的凹形成形构件的上部透视图。 [0077] FIG 2A is an upper perspective view of the female a combination of the control module (with battery) in FIG. 1 together forming member.

[0078] 图2B是图2A的凹形成形构件和控制模块的俯视平面视图。 [0078] FIG. 2B is a top plan view of the female molding member of FIG 2A and a control module.

[0079] 图2C是图2A和2B的凹形成形构件和控制模块的前视图。 [0079] FIG. 2C is a front view of the female molding member 2A and 2B and a control module.

[0080] 图2D是图2A-2C的凹形成形构件和控制模块的左侧视图。 [0080] FIG 2D is a left side view of FIG. 2A-2C concave shaped member and a control module.

[0081] 图2E是图2A-2D的凹形成形构件和控制模块的下部透视图。 [0081] Figure 2E is a perspective view of a lower member and a control module of FIG. 2A-2D concave shaped.

[0082] 图2F是图2A-2E的凹形成形构件和控制模块(带电池)的底部平面视图。 [0082] FIG 2F is a bottom plan view of FIG. 2A-2E concave shaped member and a control module (with battery).

[0083] 图3A是图1中所示的FPCB的底部平面视图,在将FPCB成形为凹形配置之前,该FPCB 具有布置在其上的发光器和支架。 [0083] FIG 3A is a bottom plan view of the FPCB shown in FIG. 1, prior to forming a concave configuration FPCB, the FPCB having disposed thereon a light emitting device and the support.

[0084] 图3B是图3A的FPCB的底部平面视图,在安装发光器和形成支架之前且在FPCB的成形之前,该FPCB具有布置在其上的电迹线和发射器安装区域。 [0084] FIG. 3B is a bottom plan view of FIG. 3A FPCB, the FPCB and before forming the FPCB having electrical traces disposed thereon and a transmitter installed prior to installing the light emitter region formed bracket.

[0085] 图3C是从底部看的图3A和3B的FPCB的横截面视图,示出了沿着FPCB的顶侧的电迹线。 [0085] FIG 3C is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 3A and 3B from the bottom of the FPCB, is shown along the top side of the FPCB electrically traces.

[0086] 图3D是图3A-3C的FPCB轮廓的底部平面视图,示出了用于将FPCB成形为凹形形状以贴合用户的头皮周围的弯曲区域和弯曲角度。 [0086] FIG 3D is a bottom plan view of the profile of the FPCB Figures 3A-3C showing a FPCB for forming a concave shape to conform to the bend angle and the bend region around the user's scalp.

[0087] 图3E是在弯曲或成形步骤之后形成适于贴合用户的头皮周围的凹形形状的、图3D 的FPCB的上部透视图。 [0087] FIG 3E is a perspective view of an upper portion of the FPCB FIG. 3D concave shape adapted to fit around a user's scalp is formed or shaped after the bending step.

[0088] 图3F是图3E的成形FPCB的下部平面视图,其中为了便于说明,不存在发射器、迹线、发射器安装区域或支架。 [0088] Figure 3F is a plan view of the lower portion of FIG. 3E shaped FPCB, which for convenience of explanation, the transmitter does not exist, the trace, the emitter region or mounting brackets.

[0089] 图3G是图3E和3F的成形FPCB的左侧视图。 [0089] FIG 3G is a left side view of the molding FPCB of FIG. 3E and 3F.

[0090] 图3H是图3E-3G的成形FPCB的上部正面透视图。 [0090] FIG. 3H FPCB is formed of an upper portion of FIG. 3E-3G is a front perspective view of FIG.

[0091] 图4A是图1中的组装的发光设备的上部透视图。 [0091] FIG. 4A is an upper perspective view of a light emitting device of FIG. 1 assembled.

[0092] 图4B是图4A中的组装的发光设备的顶部平面视图。 [0092] FIG. 4B is a top plan view of a light emitting device assembly in FIG. 4A.

[0093] 图4C是图4A和4B的组装的发光设备的前视图。 [0093] FIG. 4A and FIG. 4C is a front view of a light emitting device assembly 4B.

[0094] 图4D是图4A-4C中组装的发光设备的左侧视图。 [0094] FIG. 4D is a left side view of a light emitting device assembly in FIG. 4A-4C.

[0095] 图5A是叠加在模拟人类头部上方的、图4A-4D中的组装的发光设备的前视图。 [0095] FIG 5A is a front view of a light emitting device superimposed over the human analog of the head assembly 4A-4D in FIG.

[0096]图5B是图I、4A-4D和5A中的发光设备的一部分的侧视图,省略了凹形成形构件和织物覆盖物。 [0096] FIG 5B is a view I, side view of part 4A-4D and 5A of the light emitting device, the female forming member is omitted and the fabric covering.

[0097] 图6是包括可调整闭合件的织物覆盖物的示意视图,该可调整闭合件被布置成允许调整织物覆盖物的开口周长。 [0097] FIG. 6 is adjustable closure includes a fabric covering a schematic view thereof, the perimeter of the adjustable closure opening is arranged to allow adjustment of the fabric covering.

[0098] 图7A是第一发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第一发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的向上弯曲的圆形构造的支架。 [0098] FIG. 7A is a side sectional view of a portion of the first light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a first bracket having an upwardly curved configuration extending from FPCB circular supporting a plurality of light emitting elements of the package.

[0099] 图7B是第二发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第二发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的圆形塔构造的支架。 [0099] FIG. 7B is a side cross-sectional view of a portion of the second light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a second holder having a circular column configuration FPCB extending from the support of a plurality of light emitting element package.

[0100] 图7C是第三发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第三发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的锥形塔构造的支架。 [0100] FIG 7C is a side sectional view of a portion of the third light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a third bracket having a tapered configuration extending from a tower supporting a plurality of light emitting elements FPCB package.

[0101] 图7D是第四发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第四发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的凹锥构造的支架。 [0101] FIG 7D is a side sectional view of a portion of the fourth light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a fourth cone having a concave configuration of the holder extending from the plurality of light emitting elements FPCB support package.

[0102] 图7E是第五发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第五发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的扁平顶锥构造的支架。 [0102] Figure 7E is a side sectional view of a portion of the fifth light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a fifth top cone from a flat support extending FPCB plurality of light emitting elements of the package structure of the stent.

[0103] 图7F是第六发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第六发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的圆形构造的支架。 [0103] Figure 7F is a side sectional view of a portion of the sixth light emitting device, the sixth light emitting device comprises a stent having a circular configuration extending from FPCB supporting a plurality of light emitting elements are encapsulated.

[0104] 图8是示出根据一个实施例的用于向患者的头皮递送光能的发光设备的组件之间的互连的示意图。 [0104] FIG. 8 is a diagram showing an embodiment of the interconnections between components for delivery of light energy to the light emitting device according to the patient's scalp.

[0105] 图9是描绘根据一个实施例的适合于操作用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的发光设备的硬件驱动器、功能组件和软件应用之间的接口的示意图。 [0105] FIG. 9 is a schematic of an embodiment adapted to operate an interface between the hardware driver light energy delivered to the patient's scalp a light emitting device, the functional components and software applications in accordance with drawing.

[0106] 图IOA是根据一个实施例的被实施在用于向患者的头皮递送光能的可佩戴帽中的用于光疗的发光设备的上部透视图,光疗设备包括柔性帽、具有至少一个发光设备(LED)的柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)、柔性双凸透镜以及多个支架。 [0106] FIG IOA according to one embodiment is implemented for an upper perspective view of a light emitting phototherapy device, light therapy device comprising a flexible cap for delivering energy to a patient's scalp wearable cap having at least one light emitting device (LED), a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB), and a plurality of flexible lenticular lens holder.

[0107] 图IOB是图IOA的光疗设备的下部透视图。 [0107] FIG IOB phototherapy is a lower perspective view of the apparatus of FIG IOA.

[0108] 图IOC是图IOA和IOB的光疗设备的右侧视图。 [0108] FIG. IOC is a right side view of the IOA and IOB phototherapy device.

[0109] 图IOD是图10A-10C的光疗设备的底部平面视图。 [0109] FIG IOD Figures 10A-10C is a bottom plan view of the phototherapy apparatus.

[0110] 图IOE是图IOA-IOD的光疗设备的分解视图。 [0110] FIG IOE is an exploded view of the light therapy device of FIG IOA-IOD.

[0111] 图IlA是图IOE中所示的柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)组件的后视图,FPCB组件包括面板子组件和电子器件子组件。 [0111] FIG IlA is a rear view of a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) as shown in FIG IOE components, FPCB panel assembly comprising a subassembly and electronics subassembly.

[0112] 图IlB是图IlA中的FPCB组件的沿着图IlA中所示的截面线AA截取的侦_面视图。 [0112] FIG IlB is a section along the line shown in FIG IlA in FIG IlA FPCB assembly AA _-sectional view taken investigation.

[0113] 图11C是图IIA和IIB的FPCB组件的分解视图。 [0113] FIG 11C is an exploded view of the components IIA and IIB of the FPCB.

[0114] 图12A是弯曲构造的、图IlA中的面板子组件的底部透视图,其中在各种面板之间形成弯曲以形成凹部。 [0114] FIG. 12A is curved configuration, bottom perspective view of the subassembly of FIG IlA panel, wherein the panel is formed between the various curved to form a recess.

[0115] 图12B是弯曲构造的、图12A中的面板子组件的底部平面视图。 [0115] FIG. 12B is a curved configuration, the bottom plan view of the panel sub-assembly of FIG. 12A.

[0116] 图12C是沿着图12B中所示的截面线CC截取的、弯曲构造的、图12A和图12B中的面板子组件的侧横截面侧视图。 [0116] FIG 12C is a cross-section along the line shown in FIG. 12B, taken the CC, side curved configuration, FIG. 12A and FIG. 12B panel subassembly in cross sectional side view.

[0117] 图12D是扁平构造的、图12A-12C中的面板子组件的俯视平面视图,其中示出了板间弯曲区域。 [0117] FIG 12D is a flat configuration, a top plan view of the panel sub-assembly of FIGS. 12A-12C, which illustrates the curved region between the plates.

[0118] 图12E是扁平构造的、图12A-12D的面板子组件的底部平面视图。 [0118] FIG 12E is a flat configuration, a bottom plan view of the panel sub-assembly of FIGS. 12A-12D.

[0119] 图12F是包含用于在折叠印刷电路板(FPCB)和粘附电容器元件之前制造电容器的元件的柔性FPCB的横截面视图。 [0119] FIG 12F is a cross-sectional view of the flexible FPCB for manufacturing a capacitor element in the folded printed circuit board (FPCB) before the adhesive and comprising a capacitor element.

[0120] 图12G是由图12F中所示的FPCB和元件制造的电容器(包括柔性印刷电路板元件和介于中间的间隔件元件)的横截面视图(沿着图12F中的截面线BB截取)。 [0120] FIG. 12G is a capacitor (including a flexible printed circuit board element, and intervening spacer elements) cross-sectional view (along section line BB of FIG. 12F manufactured by the FPCB and elements shown in FIG. 12F ).

[0121] 图12H是包括集成电路芯片和根据图12G的电容器的接近传感器的电路图。 [0121] FIG 12H is a proximity sensor includes an integrated circuit chip and a circuit diagram of a capacitor according to FIG. 12G.

[0122] 图13A是佩戴根据图IOA-1OE的光疗设备的患者的正视图。 [0122] FIG. 13A is a front view of a patient wearing the phototherapy device in accordance with FIG IOA-1OE.

[0123] 图13B是沿着图13A中所示的截面线BB截取的、图13A中的患者和光疗设备的横截面侧视图。 [0123] FIG. 13B is a cross-section along the line BB shown in Figure 13A taken, a cross-sectional side view of the patient and the phototherapy device in FIG. 13A.

[0124] 图14A是包含根据图10A-10E的光疗设备的包装的上部透视图。 [0124] FIG. 14A is a perspective view of an upper portion of the package comprising a light therapy device of FIGS. 10A-10E.

[0125] 图14B是在从包装的底盖移除顶盖之后的、图14A中的包装和光疗设备的分解透视图。 [0125] FIG. 14B is a cover from the package after removal of the bottom cover exploded perspective view of the package of FIG. 14A and phototherapy device.

[0126] 图14C是根据一个实施例的、具有图14A和图14B的光疗设备的包装的分解视图。 [0126] FIG 14C is in accordance with one embodiment, a package of FIGS. 14A and 14B phototherapy exploded view of the apparatus.

[0127] 图14D是图14A-14C的包装了的光疗设备的侧截面视图。 A side sectional view [0127] FIG 14D is a package of FIGS. 14A-14C of the light therapy apparatus.

[0128] 图15A是图14A-14D的包装了的光疗设备的充电底座部分的上部透视图。 An upper portion of the charging base [0128] FIG. 15A is a package of FIGS. 14A-14D of the light therapy device perspective.

[0129] 图15B是图15A的充电底座的下部透视图。 [0129] FIG. 15B is a lower perspective view of the charging stand of FIG. 15A.

[0130] 图15C是图15A和15B的充电底座的侧视图。 [0130] FIG 15C is a side view of a charging base 15A and FIG. 15B.

[0131] 图1®是图15A-15C的充电底座的顶部平面视图。 [0131] FIG 1® is a top plan view of the charging stand of FIG. 15A-15C.

[0132] 详细描述 [0132] Detailed Description

[0133] 下面阐述的实施例表示使本领域技术人员能够实践实施例的必要信息,并且示出实践实施例的最佳模式。 [0133] The embodiments set forth below represent the necessary enable those skilled in the art to practice the embodiments of the information, and shows the best mode of practicing the embodiment. 在根据附图阅读以下描述后,本领域的技术人员将理解本公开的概念并且将认识到本文未特别提到的这些概念的应用。 After reading the following description of the drawings, those skilled in the art will understand the concepts of the present disclosure and will recognize applications of these concepts not specifically mentioned herein. 应该理解,这些概念和应用落入本公开和所附权利要求的范围内。 It should be understood that these concepts and applications fall within the present disclosure and the appended claims.

[0134] 应该理解,尽管术语“第一”、“第二”等在本文可能用于描述各个元件,但这些元件不应被这些术语限制。 [0134] It should be understood that although the terms "first," "second," etc. may be used herein to describe various elements, these elements should not be limited by these terms. 这些术语只是用来将一个元件与另一个区分开。 These terms are only used to distinguish one element from another. 例如,在不脱离本公开的范围的情况下,第一元件可以被称为第二元件,而且,类似地,第二元件可以被称为第一元件。 For example, without departing from the scope of the present disclosure, a first element could be termed a second element, and, similarly, a second element could be termed a first element. 如本文所使用的,术语“和/或”包括相关联的所列的项中的一个或更多个的任意组合和所有组合。 As used herein, the term "and / or" includes an item of the associated listed in any combination and all combinations or more thereof.

[0135] 应该理解,当元件被称为被“连接”或“親合”到另一个元件时,它可以被直接连接或親合到另一个元件,或可能存在介于中间的元件。 [0135] It should be understood that when an element is referred to as being "connected" or "affinity" to another element, it can be directly connected or affinity to another element, or intervening elements may be present. 相反,当元件被称为被“直接连接”或“直接耦合”到另一个元件时,不存在介于中间的元件。 In contrast, when an element is referred to as being "directly connected" or "directly coupled" to another element, no intervening elements present.

[0136] 应该理解,尽管术语“上部”、“下部”、“底部”、“中间”、“中部”、“顶部”等在本文可用于描述各个元件,但这些元件不应被这些术语限制。 [0136] It should be understood that although the terms "upper", "lower", "bottom", "middle", "middle", "top" and the like may be used herein to describe various elements, these elements should not be limited by these terms. 这些术语只是用来将一个元件与另一个区分开。 These terms are only used to distinguish one element from another. 例如,在不脱离本公开的范围的情况下,第一元件可以被称为“上部”元件,并且类似地,第二元件可以被称为“上部”元件,这取决于这些元件的相对方向。 For example, without departing from the scope of the present disclosure, the first element may be referred to as "upper" element, and, similarly, a second element could be termed "upper" element, depending on the relative orientation of these elements.

[0137] 本文所用的术语只是为了描述特定实施例,其意图并不在于限制本公开。 [0137] As used herein, the term the purpose of describing particular embodiments only, which are not intended to limit the present disclosure. 如本文所使用,单数形式“一(a) ”、“一(an) ”、和“所述(the) ”也旨在包括复数形式,除非上下文另有清楚指示。 As used herein, the singular forms "a (A)", "a (AN)", and "the (The)" are intended to include the plural forms unless the context clearly dictates otherwise. 还要理解的是,术语“包括(comprises) ”、“包括(comprising) ”、“包括(includes) ”和/或“包括(including) ”在本文使用时,列举所陈述的特征、整数、步骤、操作、元件和/或部件的存在,但不排除存在或添加一个或多个其它特征、整数、步骤、操作、元件、部件和/或它们的组。 Also to be understood that the term "includes (comprises &)", "including (comprising,)", "comprising (Includes)" and / or "comprising (Including)" feature used herein, include stated features, integers, steps , operations, elements, and / or components, but do not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, operations, elements, components, and / or groups thereof.

[0138] 除非另外限定,本文使用的所有术语(包括技术和科学术语)具有本公开所属领域的普通技术人员通常理解的相同意思。 [0138] Unless otherwise defined, all terms (including technical and scientific terms) used herein have the same meaning in the art of the present disclosure those of ordinary skill in commonly understood. 还要理解的是,本文所使用的术语应该被解释为具有与它们在本说明书和相关领域的背景下的含义一致的含义并将不被解译为理想化的或过于形式化的意义,除非明确地在本文中这样定义。 It is also understood that the terminology used herein should be interpreted as having a meaning that is consistent with their meaning in the context of the present specification and the relevant art and will not be interpreted in an idealized or overly formal sense unless expressly so defined herein.

[0139] 本公开的各方面涉及用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的可佩戴设备以及制造和使用这种设备的方法。 [0139] Aspects of the present disclosure relates to a light energy delivered to the patient's scalp wearable device and a method of making and using such devices.

[0140] 本文公开的各种实施例包括支撑至少一个发光设备的柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)。 [0140] Examples of various embodiments disclosed herein include at least one light emitting device supporting a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB). 在某些实施例中,FPCB可以包括含聚酰亚胺的层和至少一层铜或另一种导电材料。 In certain embodiments, FPCB may include a polyimide-containing layer and at least one of copper or another conductive material. 在某些实施例中,可以布置透光层(例如,密封剂或透镜)以覆盖和/或布置成与FPCB的至少一部分和支撑在其上的任何发光器接触。 In certain embodiments, the light-transmitting layer may be disposed (e.g., encapsulant or lens) to cover and / or arranged in contact with the support and at least a portion of any light emitter FPCB thereon. 优选的密封剂材料是硅树脂,其可以通过任何合适的手段(例如模塑、浸渍、喷涂、分发(dispensing)、印刷等)来施加。 The preferred sealant material is a silicone resin, which may be by any suitable means (e.g., dipping, spraying, distribution (Dispensing), printing, etc.) is applied. 在某些实施例中,FPCB的基本上全部表面(例如,前表面和后表面)可以用密封剂材料覆盖。 In certain embodiments, substantially the entire surface of the FPCB (e.g., front and back surfaces) can be covered with a material with a sealant. 在某些实施例中,包括嵌入式发光器的封装的柔性LED的总厚度可以在Imm至5mm的范围内,或者在Imm至3mm的范围内,不包括支架。 In certain embodiments, the light emitting device package including an embedded LED flexible total thickness be in the range of 5mm to Imm, or in the range of 3mm to Imm, excluding bracket. 在某些实施例中,FPCB包括柔性聚合物膜、聚酯(PET)、聚酰亚胺(PI)、聚萘二甲酸乙二醇酯(PEN)、聚醚酰亚胺(PEI)、含氟聚合物(FEP)、共聚物等。 In certain embodiments, the FPCB comprising a flexible polymeric film, polyester (PET), polyimide (PI), polyethylene terephthalate polyethylene naphthalate (PEN), polyetherimide (PEI), containing fluoropolymer (FEP), copolymers and the like.

[0141] 在某些实施例中,至少一个支架被配置成布置在FPCB与患者的头皮之间,并且至少一个支架包括支架高度,该支架高度超过由FPCB支撑的发射器的高度。 [0141] In certain embodiments, the at least one bracket is configured to be disposed between the patient's scalp and FPCB, the at least one bracket includes a bracket and a height that exceeds the height of the height of the stand supported FPCB transmitter. 优选地,至少一个支架包括诸如硅树脂、PET、PET-G等等的透光材料。 Preferably, at least one bracket comprises a light transmissive material such as silicone, PET, PET-G, and the like.

[0142] 在某些实施例中,形成具有支架的封装的FPCB的步骤可以包括在FPCB上限定电迹线;在FPCB上安装、形成或以其他方式固定一个或更多个发光元件,形成支架或支架部分; 并且封装包括发光元件、FPCB的各种结构,以及可选地封装支架或支架部分。 Step [0142] In certain embodiments, the package is formed having a FPCB stent may comprise defined electrical traces on the FPCB; mounted on the FPCB, formed or otherwise secured one or more light emitting elements, the stent is formed or bracket portion; and a light emitting device package includes various structures of the FPCB, and optionally encapsulating a stent or stent portion. 在某些实施例中,可以改变前述步骤的顺序,并且在某些实施例中,至少一些支架的部分或全部可以不含密封剂。 In certain embodiments, the order of the steps may be changed, and in some embodiments, at least some portions of the stent or all of which may contain the sealant.

[0143] 在某些实施例中,支架或支架部分可以在封装之前被模制、放置、形成、印刷、粘附或以其它方式施加到FPCB的面上,并且支架或支架部分随后可以部分地或完全地与一个或更多各发光元件以及FPCB的一个或更多个部分封装在一起。 [0143] In certain embodiments, the stent or stent portion may be molded, prior to placing the package, is formed, printed, adhered or otherwise applied to the surface of the FPCB, and the stent or stent portion may then be partially together or completely with one or more light-emitting elements and one or more portions of the FPCB package.

[0144] 在某些实施例中,在FPCB和发光元件已经被封装之后,支架或支架部分可被放置、 形成、印刷、粘附或以其他方式施加到FPCB的面上。 [0144] In certain embodiments, after the light emitting element and the FPCB have been encapsulated stent or stent portion may be placed, formed, printed, adhered or otherwise applied to the surface of the FPCB.

[0145] 在某些实施例中,支架或支架部分可与封装工艺(诸如通过模制、印刷、喷涂或其他沉积方法)同时形成。 [0145] In certain embodiments, the stent or stent portion may packaging process (such as by molding, printing, spraying or other deposition methods) are formed simultaneously.

[0146] 在某些实施例中,可交联材料可以选择性地沿着FPCB的区域施加或形成,并且这样的材料可以通过适当的手段(例如,热、光子能量、化学激活等)在封装步骤之前、之中或之后被激活以形成支架或支架部分。 [0146] In certain embodiments, the crosslinkable material may be selectively applied to or formed in a region along the FPCB, and such materials may be by a suitable means (e.g., thermal, photon energy, chemical activation, etc.) in a package prior to the step, during or after being activated to form a stent or stent portion.

[0147] 在某些实施例中,支架高度、支架形状、发光元件间隔和光元件光学分布可以被选择成允许相邻的发光元件在患者的头皮上提供重叠光束图案。 [0147] In certain embodiments, the height of the stent, the stent shape, a light emitting element and the light receiving element of the optical spacer distribution may be selected to allow the light emitting element provided adjacent beam pattern superimposed on the patient's scalp.

[0148] 在某些实施例中,多个支架的阵列可以形成在密封剂材料上、在密封剂材料中或在密封剂材料上方。 [0148] In certain embodiments, the array may be formed of a plurality of brackets on the sealant material, the sealant material in or over the sealant material. 在某些实施例中,阵列内的每个支架具有基本相同的尺寸、形状和/或硬度。 In certain embodiments, each of the stent within the array have substantially the same size, shape and / or hardness. 在其它实施例中,阵列内的不同支架可以包括不同的尺寸、形状和/或硬度。 In other embodiments, the array of different stent may comprise different sizes, shapes and / or stiffness.

[0149] 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个支架可以包括合适的形状和/或材料以提供光聚焦效用、光漫射效用和/或光散射效用。 [0149] In certain embodiments, the one or more stent may comprise suitable shape and / or material to provide a light focusing effect, the light diffusing utility and / or light scattering effect. 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个支架可以包括一种或更多种波长转换材料(例如荧光体、量子点、荧光团等)并提供波长转换效用。 In certain embodiments, the one or more scaffold may include one or more wavelength converting materials (e.g., phosphors, quantum dots, fluorophore, etc.) and to provide a wavelength conversion utility. 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个支架可以包括合适的形状和/或材料以提供光反射效用。 In certain embodiments, the one or more stent may comprise suitable shape and / or light reflective material to provide a utility.

[0150] 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个支架可以被放置成与一个或更多个发光元件分开。 [0150] In certain embodiments, the one or more stents may be placed apart from one or more light emitting elements. 在其它实施例中,一个或更多个支架可以有意地放置在一个或更多个发光元件上或在其上方,支架用于透射、成形和/或以其他方式影响从一个或更多个发光元件接收的光。 In other embodiments, the one or more brackets may be deliberately placed on one or more light emitting elements, or above it, for transmitting the stent, forming and / or influence from one or more light emitting otherwise a light receiving element.

[0151] 各种类型的发光元件可以与光疗设备一起使用,以用于将光能递送到患者的头皮。 [0151] Various types of light emitting elements can be used with light therapy device for the light energy delivered to the patient's scalp. 在某些实施例中,光疗设备的发射可以由非相干光组成(例如,发光二极管发射的特征)。 In certain embodiments, the emitted light therapy device may be composed of a non-coherent light (e.g., light emitting diodes which emit characteristic). 在某些实施例中,光疗设备的发射可以由相干光组成(例如,激光发射的特征)。 In certain embodiments, the emitted light therapy device may be composed of a coherent light (e.g., laser emission characteristic). 在某些实施例中,光疗设备的发射可以包括相干光和非相干光的组合。 In certain embodiments, the emitted light therapy device may include a combination of coherent light, incoherent light. 在某些实施例中,光疗设备没有被布置成将光照射到患者的头皮上的任何激光二极管。 In certain embodiments, phototherapy devices are not arranged in any of the laser diode irradiates light onto the patient's scalp.

[0152] 在某些实施例中,用于将光能递送至患者的头皮的光疗设备可以包括一个或更多个固态发光设备。 [0152] In certain embodiments, the light energy delivered to the patient for the scalp phototherapy device may comprise one or more solid state light emitting devices. 固态发光设备的示例包括(但不限于)发光二极管、激光器、薄膜电致发光设备、粉末电致发光设备、场致感应聚合物电致发光设备和高分子发光电化学电池。 Examples of solid state light emitting devices include (but are not limited to) light-emitting diodes, lasers, thin film electroluminescent devices, powder electroluminescent device, field-induced polymer electroluminescent devices and polymer light-emitting electrochemical cell.

[0153] 在某些实施例中,具有不同峰值波长的多个发射器(例如,具有相差至少约10nm、 至少约20nm、至少约30nm、至少约50nm、至少约75nm、约IOOnm或本文指定的另一个阈值的峰值波长)可以被提供。 [0153] In certain embodiments, a plurality of transmitters having different peak wavelengths (e.g., having a difference of at least about 10 nm, at least about 20 nm, at least about 30 nm, at least about 50 nm, at least about 75nm, as specified herein, or about IOOnm another peak wavelength threshold) may be provided.

[0154] 在某些实施例中,不同峰值波长的光可以由包含在单个(例如,固态)发射器包装中的不同发射器生成,其中相邻发射器之间的紧密间隔可以提供整体颜色混合。 [0154] In certain embodiments, the light of different peak wavelengths may be contained in a single (e.g., solid state) transmitter package generates a different transmitter, wherein the spacing between the closely adjacent emitters may provide an overall color mixing . 在某些实施例中,可以提供一个或更多个发光设备阵列。 In certain embodiments, it may provide one or more light emitting device arrays. 在某些实施例中,第一发光设备阵列可以被配置成提供第一峰值波长的光,并且第二发光设备阵列可以被配置成提供第二峰值波长的光。 In certain embodiments, the first light emitting device array may be configured to provide light having a first peak wavelength and the second light emitting device array may be configured to provide light of a second peak wavelength. 在某些实施例中,可以提供多发射器包装的阵列,其中单个包装内的发射器可以提供相同或不同的峰值波长。 In certain embodiments, the package may be provided a multi-emitter array, wherein the transmitter within a single package may provide the same or different peak wavelengths. 在某些实施例中,固态发射器包装的阵列可实施还包括第二、第三、 第四和/或第五固态发射器的包装,使得固态发射器包装的单个阵列可实施固态发射器的两个、三个、四个或五个阵列,其中每个阵列被布置成生成具有不同峰值波长的发射。 In some embodiments, a single array, the array of solid state emitters package embodiment may further comprise a second, third, fourth and / or fifth solid state emitter packages, such solid state emitters may be packaged solid state emitters embodiment two, three, four or five arrays, wherein each array is arranged to generate emission having different peak wavelengths.

[0155] 在某些实施例中,用于将光能递送至患者的头皮的光疗设备可以包括不含波长转换材料的一个或更多个发光设备。 [0155] In certain embodiments, the light energy delivered to the patient for the scalp phototherapy device may include one or more light emitting devices contain a wavelength conversion material. 在其它实施例中,一个或更多个发光设备可以被布置成刺激波长转换材料,诸如磷光材料、荧光染料材料、量子点材料和荧光材料。 In other embodiments, the one or more light emitting devices may be arranged to stimulate a wavelength converting material such as a phosphorescent material, fluorescent dye material, quantum dot material and a fluorescent material.

[0156] 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个发光设备可以被布置为提供基本上单色的光。 [0156] In certain embodiments, the one or more light emitting devices may be arranged to provide a substantially monochromatic light. 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个发光设备可以包括具有半峰全宽值小于25nm(或小于20nm、或小于15nm、或在5nm到25nm的范围内、或在IOnm到25nm的范围内、或在15nm到25nm的范围内) 的光谱输出。 In certain embodiments, the one or more light emitting devices may include a full width at half maximum of less than 25nm (or less than 20 nm, or less than, or within a range of 5nm to 15nm in the range of 25nm or 25nm in IOnm to the or spectral output in the range of 15nm to 25nm) is.

[0157] 在某些实施方式中,一个或更多个发光设备可以被布置成提供具有在400nm至900nm的范围内、或在500nm至900nm的范围内、或在500nm至800nm的范围内、或在600nm至700nm的范围内、或在620nm至670nm的范围内的峰值波长。 [0157] In certain embodiments, one or more light emitting devices having can be arranged to provide in the range of 400nm to 900nm or in the range of 500nm to 900nm or in the range of 500nm to 800nm ​​or in the range of 600nm to 700nm or a peak wavelength in the range of 620nm to 670nm.

[0158] 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备可以被布置成提供具有在620nm到645nm (或从615nm到635nm)范围内的峰值波长的发射,并且至少一个发射设备可以被布置成提供具有在645nm至670nm (或650nm至670nm)范围内的峰值波长的发射。 [0158] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device may be arranged to provide a 620nm to 645nm in (or from 615nm to 635nm) emission peak wavelength in the range, and at least one transmitting device may be arranged to provide a emission peak wavelength in the range of 645nm to 670nm (or 650nm to 670nm). 在某些实施例中,至少一个第一发光设备可以被布置成提供具有约630nm的峰值波长的发射,并且至少一个第二发光设备可以被布置成提供具有约660nm的峰值波长的发射。 In certain embodiments, the at least one first light emitting device may be arranged to provide a peak emission wavelength of about 630nm, and the at least one second light emitting device may be arranged to provide an emission having a peak wavelength of about 660nm is. 这样的波长可能有助于提供抗炎作用和/或促进血管舒张。 This wavelength may help provide anti-inflammatory effects and / or promoting vasodilation. 抗炎作用可用于促进伤口愈合,减少痤疮瑕疵,促进面部美学, 和/或治疗特应性皮炎和其他局部皮肤病。 Anti-inflammatory effect may be used to promote wound healing, reduction of acne blemishes, promote the facial aesthetics, and / or treatment of atopic dermatitis and other topical skin disorders. 血管舒张也可能有益于治疗雄激素性脱发或其他局部皮肤病。 Vasodilation may be useful in the treatment of androgenic alopecia or other topical skin diseases.

[0159] 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备(或多个发光设备)可以被配置为生成在波长范围和通量方面可以改变接收光的活性哺乳动物组织中的或其上的细菌或其他微生物的存在、聚集或生长的光。 [0159] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device (or a plurality of light emitting device) may be configured to generate active bacteria can change mammalian tissue or received light in the wavelength range and in terms of throughput or the presence of other microorganisms, the growth of light or aggregation. UV光和近UV光(例如具有从400nm至435nm、或更优选410nm至430nm 的峰值波长)尤其可以影响微生物生长。 UV light and near UV light (e.g., having from 400nm to 435nm, or more preferably a peak wavelength of 410nm to 430nm) in particular, it may affect the growth of microorganisms. 对微生物生长的影响可能取决于波长范围和剂量。 Effects of microbial growth may depend on the wavelength range and dosage. 在某些实施例中,发射的光可以包括具有在从410nm至430nm范围内的峰值波长的近UV光以提供抑菌作用(例如,具有<9mW/cm2的辐射通量的脉冲光),提供杀菌作用(例如具有辐射通量在9mW/cm2至17mW/cm2的范围内的基本上稳定的状态的光),或提供抗微生物作用(例如, 具有辐射通量在大于17mW/cm2的范围内,例如在18mW/cm2至60mW/cm2的范围内)。 In certain embodiments, may include a light emission in the near UV range from 410nm to 430nm in peak wavelength to provide an antimicrobial effect (e.g., having a <pulsed light radiation flux 9mW / cm2) and providing bactericidal action (e.g., a state having a radiant flux of light substantially stable in the range 9mW / cm2 to 17mW / cm2 of a), or to provide an antimicrobial effect (e.g., radiation having a flux in the range of greater than 17mW / cm2, and For example in the range of 18mW / cm2 to 60mW / cm2) of. 在某些实施例中,近UV范围(例如,400nm至420nm、或410nm至420nm)的发射光也可影响微生物生长(无论是在抑菌范围、杀菌范围还是抗微生物范围内),以用于诸如伤口愈合、减少痤疮瑕疵或治疗特应性皮炎。 In certain embodiments, the near UV range (e.g., of 420 nm to 400 nm, or of 420 nm to 410nm) emitted light may also affect microbial growth (whether in the range of antibacterial, anti-microbial or bactericidal range of the range), for such as wound healing, reduction of acne blemishes or treatment of atopic dermatitis.

[0160] 在某些实施例中,至少一个发光设备(或多个发光设备)可以被配置为生成在波长范围和通量方面可触发一氧化氮从内源性储存(例如,亚硝基谷胱甘肽、亚硝基白蛋白、血红蛋白、亚硝基硫醇、亚硝胺和金属亚硝酰基配合物中的至少一个)释放的光。 [0160] In certain embodiments, the at least one light emitting device (or a plurality of light emitting device) may be configured to generate fluxes in terms of the wavelength range and can trigger the nitric oxide derived from stored (e.g., nitroso Valley glutathione, at least one nitroso albumin, hemoglobin, nitrosothiols, nitrosamines and metal nitrosyl complexes) of light released. 在某些实施例中,具有在400nm 至435nm、或41〇111]1至43〇11111、或43〇111]1至49〇11111、或51〇111]1至55〇11111、或52〇11111 至540nm范围内的峰值波长的光可以用于这个目的。 In certain embodiments, having 400nm to 435nm, or 41〇111] 1 to 43〇11111 or 43〇111] 1 to 49〇11111 or 51〇111] 1 to 55〇11111 or 52〇11111 light having a peak wavelength within the range of 540nm to be used for this purpose.

[0161] 在某些实施例中,可以使用具有以下值中的任何一个、两个、三个或更多个峰值波长的光:约415nm、约505nm、约530nm、约630nm和/或660nm〇 [0161] In certain embodiments, may be used with any of the following values, light two, three or more peak wavelength: about of 415 nm, about 505nm, about of 530 nm, about 630nm and / or 660nm〇

[0162] 在某些实施例中,可以组合使用本文公开的峰值波长的任何适合的组合以用于期望的治疗效果(例如血管舒张、炎症减轻、酶促、一氧化氮产生、一氧化氮释放和抗微生物功能)。 [0162] In certain embodiments, the peak wavelength may be used in combination disclosed herein, any suitable combination for the desired therapeutic effect (e.g. vasodilation, reduce inflammation, enzymatic, production of nitric oxide, nitric oxide releasing and anti-microbial functions). 在某些实施例中,可以在相同时间窗口期间、在重叠但非重合时间窗口期间或在非重叠时间窗口期间提供波长的组合。 In certain embodiments, the window may be during the same time, or overlap but provide a combined wavelength during non-overlapping time windows during the non-overlap time window.

[0163] 在某些实施例中,可以布置至少一个第一发光器和至少一个第二发光器(其可以实施在第一发光器阵列和第二发光器阵列中)以提供选自以下(a)至(f)的组合中的一个组合的不同的峰值波长:(a)第一峰值波长在620nm至640nm(或615nm至635nm)的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;⑹第一峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内;(c)第一峰值波长在400nm至420nm (或410nm至430nm) 范围内,且第二峰值波长在620nm至640nm范围内;(d)第一峰值波长在400nm至420nm (或410nm至430nm)范围内,且第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm范围内;(e)第一峰值波长在400nm 至420nm (或410nm至430nm)的范围内,且第二峰值波长在495nm至515nm的范围内;和(f)第一峰值波长在400nm至420nm (或410nm至430nm)的范围内,且第二峰值波长在520nm至540nm 的范围内。 [0163] In certain embodiments, may be arranged at least a first light emitter and at least one second light emitter (which may be implemented in a first array of light emitters and a second array of light emitters) is selected to provide the following (a ) a combination of different peak wavelengths combined to (f) in: (a) a first peak wavelength in the range 620nm to 640nm (or 615nm to 635nm), and the second peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm of ; ⑹ first peak wavelength in the range 520nm to 540nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (c) a first peak in the wavelength of 420 nm to 400nm (or 410nm to of 430 nm) range and a second peak wavelength in the range 620nm to 640nm; (d) in the first peak wavelength of 420 nm to 400nm (or 410nm to of 430 nm) range and a second peak wavelength in the range 650nm to 670nm; (e) a first peak wavelength 400nm to the range of 420 nm (or of 430 nm to 410nm), and the second peak wavelength in the range 495nm to 515nm; and (f) a first peak wavelength in the range of 420 nm to 400nm (or of 430 nm to 410nm), and the second a peak wavelength in the range of 520nm to 540nm.

[0164] 在某些实施例中,第一发光设备阵列提供具有第一峰值波长值和第一半峰全宽值的光谱输出,其中第一峰值波长值减去第一半峰全宽值的一半大于400nm。 [0164] In certain embodiments, the first array of light emitting device having a spectral output provides a first value and a first peak wavelength FWHM values, wherein the first peak wavelength value by subtracting the first value of the full width at half maximum greater than half of 400nm. 另外,第二发光设备阵列提供具有第二峰值波长值和第二半峰全宽值的光谱输出,其中第二峰值波长值减去第二半峰全宽值的一半大于450nm〇 Further, the second light emitting device array provides spectral output having a second value and a second peak wavelength FWHM values, wherein the second peak wavelength value minus half the full width at half maximum is greater than a second 450nm〇

[0165] 在某些实施例中,当被激励以发光时,一个或更多个发光设备可提供每平方厘米至少1焦耳、每平方厘米至少3焦耳或每平方厘米至少5焦耳的能量密度。 [0165] In certain embodiments, when being energized to emit light, one or more light emitting devices may provide at least 1 Joules per square centimeter, an energy density of at least 3 joules per square centimeter per square centimeter, or at least 5 joules. 在某些实施例中, 一个或更多个发光设备可以提供5mW/cm2至60mW/cm2范围内的福射通量。 In certain embodiments, the one or more light emitting devices may be provided 5mW / cm2 to the flux emitted Fu 60mW / cm2 range.

[0166] 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个发光设备可以被布置为提供基本稳定的状态的光。 [0166] In certain embodiments, the one or more light emitting devices may be arranged to provide a substantially stable state of light. 在某些实施例中,一个或更多个发光设备可以被布置成提供多个离散的光脉冲。 In certain embodiments, the one or more light emitting devices may be arranged to provide a plurality of discrete light pulses.

[0167] 在某些实施例中,用于向患者的头皮递送光能的设备可以包括具有多个互连面板以及在多个面板中和多个面板之间限定的多个弯曲区域的FPCB,以允许FPCB提供凹形形状以覆盖病人颅顶的至少一部分。 [0167] In certain embodiments, for delivery to a patient's scalp FPCB may include a light apparatus having a plurality of curved regions and a plurality of interconnected panels and a plurality of panels defined between the plurality of panels, provide a concave shape to allow the FPCB to cover at least a portion of the patient's cranial vault. 在某些实施例中,在相邻面板的部分之间提供开口以允许热量和流体(例如汗液)的输送。 In certain embodiments, the portion between adjacent panels to provide an opening to allow heat to fluid (e.g., sweat) delivery. 在某些实施例中,织物覆盖物可布置成覆盖FPCB,织物覆盖物优选是可透气的以允许热量的输送和流体输送(例如,蒸发汗液)。 In certain embodiments, the fabric covering may be arranged to cover the FPCB, fabric covering is preferably a gas-permeable to allow fluid transport and heat transport (e.g., sweat evaporation). 在某些实施例中,织物覆盖物可以包括可调整的封闭物,其布置成允许织物覆盖物的开口周长被调整。 In certain embodiments, the fabric covering may include an adjustable closure, which is arranged to allow the fabric covering the perimeter of the opening is adjusted. 如果FPCB 被包含在织物覆盖物内,则封闭物的调整可以选择性地压缩FPCB的一部分,且因此也允许FPCB的开口周长被调整。 If the FPCB is contained within a fabric covering, the closure can be adjusted selectively compressing a portion of the FPCB, and thus the perimeter of the opening also allows the FPCB to be adjusted. 在某些实施例中,FPCB和织物覆盖物被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩以允许FPCB的支架接触患者的头皮。 In certain embodiments, FPCB and fabric covering is arranged to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction of the scalp to allow the FPCB stent contacts the patient.

[0168] 在某些实施例中,具有大致凹形的内部的柔性成形构件可被布置成接收FPCB。 The flexible molded member [0168] In certain embodiments, having a generally concave interior may be arranged to receive a FPCB. 在某些实施例中,可以在FPCB和织物覆盖物之间提供柔性成形构件。 In certain embodiments, forming the flexible member may be provided between the fabric covering and the FPCB. 在某些实施例中,FPCB和成形构件可被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩以允许多个支架接触患者的头皮。 In certain embodiments, FPCB shaped member and may be arranged to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction of the stent to permit multiple contacts the patient scalp.

[0169] 在某些实施例中,柔性成形构件包括中央框架和附接到框架的多个肋。 [0169] In certain embodiments, the flexible member comprises forming a central frame and a plurality of ribs attached to the frame. 所述多个肋可以包括至少一个前肋、至少一个后肋和至少两个横肋,其中,所述多个肋中的每一个肋从中央框架大体向外突出,以限定大致凹形的内部的外部。 The plurality of ribs may comprise at least one front rib, the at least one rib and at least two transverse ribs, wherein the plurality of ribs of each rib projecting generally outwardly from the center of the frame to define a generally concave interior exterior. 在某些实施例中,织物覆盖物可以包括多个袋(pockets),所述多个袋布置成接收多个肋以将织物覆盖物保持在完全覆盖柔性成形构件和FPCB的位置。 In certain embodiments, the fabric covering may include a plurality of pockets (pockets), the plurality of pockets arranged to receive a plurality of ribs holding the fabric covering formed at a position completely covered by the flexible member and the FPCB. 在某些实施例中,织物覆盖物包括被布置成佩戴在患者的头部上的可佩戴帽的最外表面。 In certain embodiments, the fabric covering comprises a head portion arranged to be worn on a patient's wearable cap outermost surface.

[0170] 在某些实施例中,除了多个肋之外,柔性成形构件可以包括多个弯曲的面板,所述多个弯曲的面板从中央框架大致向外和向下突出以基本符合颅顶的一部分,其中,多个弯曲的面板中的每个弯曲的面板布置在多个肋中的两个不同的肋之间。 [0170] In certain embodiments, in addition to a plurality of ribs, forming the flexible member may comprise a plurality of curved panels, curved panels of the plurality of the center frame and outwardly projecting substantially downwardly from the substantially conform parietal between two different rib portion, wherein the plurality of curved panels of each panel is arranged in a plurality of curved ribs. 在某些实施例中,可以在相邻肋的部分和弯曲的面板之间提供间隙以适应向外扩张和向内收缩,并且能够消散由与保持在柔性成形构件内的FPCB相关联的至少一个发光设备产生的热量。 In certain embodiments, a gap may be provided between the bent portion and the adjacent rib panels to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction, and can be dissipated by the holding member formed in the flexible FPCB associated with at least one the heat generated by the light emitting device. 在某些实施例中,柔性成形构件可以由合适的聚合物材料制成。 In certain embodiments, the flexible member may be made of a suitable molded polymer material.

[0171] 在某些实施例中,柔性成形构件的中央框架包括配置成接收电子器件外壳的孔或开口。 [0171] In certain embodiments, the central frame member comprises a flexible shaped aperture configured to receive a housing of an electronic device or opening. 在某些实施例中,电子器件外壳可以包括驱动器电路(或驱动器电路的至少一部分), 其被配置为激励至少一个发光设备以使光照射到患者的头皮上。 In certain embodiments, the electronic device may include a drive circuit housing (or at least a part of a driver circuit), which is arranged at least one excitation light emitting device so that light is irradiated onto the patient's scalp. 在某些实施例中,电子器件外壳可以包括一个或更多个用户接口、传感接口、充电接口、数据接口、信号输入端、信号输出端和/或显示元件。 In certain embodiments, the electronic device housing may include one or more user interface, the sensing interface, a charging interface, data interface, a signal input terminal, a signal output and / or display elements. 在某些实施例中,能量存储设备(例如,电池)可以由枢转地(或以其他方式可移动地)耦合到电子器件外壳的电池保持器保持。 In certain embodiments, the energy storage device (e.g., battery) may be pivotally coupled by a pivot (or otherwise be moved) to the electronic device housing the battery holder holder. 这样的可移动耦合可以允许在电池保持器和电子器件外壳之间的相对移动,以允许光疗设备适应具有不同头部尺寸和形状的各种患者。 Such coupling may be allowed to remain mobile relative movement between the housing and the electronics in the battery, adapted to allow the phototherapy apparatus having a variety of patients of different head sizes and shapes.

[0172] 在某些实施例中,如本文公开的设备的操作可以响应于由一个或更多个传感器或其他元件产生的一个或更多个信号。 [0172] In certain embodiments, disclosed herein as the operation device in response to one or more signals generated by one or more sensors or other elements. 预期各种类型的传感器,包括温度传感器、光电传感器、图像传感器、接近传感器、压力传感器、化学传感器、生物传感器、加速度计、湿度传感器、血氧计、电流传感器、电压传感器等。 Expected various types of sensors including temperature sensors, photoelectric sensors, image sensors, proximity sensors, pressure sensors, chemical sensors, biological sensors, accelerometers, humidity sensor, an oximeter, a current sensor, a voltage sensor. 本文所公开的可能影响光的照射和/或设备的操作的其它元件包括计时器、周期计数器、手动操作的控制元件、无线发送器和/或接收器(可以实施在收发器中)、笔记本电脑或平板电脑、移动电话或其他便携式数字设备。 Operation of the other elements disclosed herein irradiated and / or equipment may influence of light includes a timer, cycle counter, a control member manually operated, wireless transmitter and / or receiver (which may be implemented in a transceiver), laptops or tablet computer, a mobile phone or other portable digital devices. 可以在本文公开的设备与一个或更多个信号产生或信号接收元件之间提供有线和/或无线通信。 It may be generated in the device with the one or more signals or disclosed herein provide wired and / or wireless communication between the signal receiving element.

[0173] 在某些实施例中,如本文所公开的发光设备可以被配置成防止超出授权数量的治疗周期的未授权使用。 [0173] In certain embodiments, the light emitting device as disclosed herein may be configured to prevent the number of treatment cycles exceeds the authorized unauthorized use. 在某些实施例中,设备的治疗周期的数量可以被增加并存储在计数器或其他存储器元件中。 In certain embodiments, the number of treatment cycles and the device may be stored in the counter increased or other memory element. 在某些实施例中,当治疗周期的数量达到预定的限制时,设备的操作可以被可逆地或不可逆地禁用。 In certain embodiments, when the number of treatment cycles reaches a predetermined limit, the operation device may be reversibly or irreversibly disabled. 在某些实施例中,当治疗周期的数量达到预定极限时,可以将信号传送给用户以通知用户已达到治疗周期的数量的预定极限,并且用户可以被提示:i)购买新的设备或其组件,或者(ii)购买继续使用设备达指定数量的额外的周期或指定的额外时间段的能力。 In certain embodiments, when the number of treatment cycles reaches a predetermined limit, the signal can be transmitted to the user to inform the user of the number of treatment cycles has reached a predetermined limit, and the user may be prompted to: i) the purchase of new equipment or capability component, or (ii) continue to use the device for later specified number of cycles or additional extra specified period of time. 在某些实施例中,与周期使用和/或使用户能够购买额外使用有关的一个或更多个信号可以经由有线或无线方式来进行传送。 In certain embodiments, the period of use and / or enable a user to purchase one or more additional signals related to the use can be transmitted via a wired or wireless manner. 在某些实施例中,用户可以下载在个人计算机、平板电脑、移动电话或另一便携式数字设备上使用的应用,并且该应用可以提供周期使用信息和/或允许用户购买额外的周期或购买额外的使用时间以继续使用设备。 In certain embodiments, users can download the application used on a personal computer, a tablet computer, a mobile phone or other portable digital devices, and the application period can be used to provide information and / or allow the user to purchase additional or extra cycles later the use of time in order to continue using the device.

[0174] 在某些实施例中,在检测到设备的指定的使用次数时,发光设备可以被配置为生成被适配成不可逆地禁用设备的禁用信号,以防止设备的进一步操作。 [0174] In certain embodiments, upon detecting a specified number of uses of the device, the light emitting device may be configured to generate is adapted to irreversibly disable signal to disable the device to prevent further operation of the device. 在某些实施例中,禁用信号可以包括被布置成损坏至少一个电路元件的电压尖峰和电流尖峰中的至少一个。 In certain embodiments, the disable signal may be arranged to comprise at least one of the at least one damaged voltage spikes and current spikes in the circuit element. 在某些实施例中,发光设备包括电源电路,该电源电路被布置成提供供设备的微控制器和/或至少一个发光设备使用的至少一个经调节功率信号,并且禁用信号可以被适配成不可逆地禁用电源电路的至少一个元件。 In certain embodiments, the light emitting device includes a power supply circuit, the power supply circuit is arranged to provide for a device microcontroller and / or at least one of the at least one regulated power signal and the disable signal may be adapted to use the light emitting device irreversibly disabling the power supply circuit of at least one element. 在某些实施例中,至少一个熔丝连接可以被布置成与至少一个发光设备电连通,并且禁用信号可以被适配成断开至少一个熔丝连接以防止电流被供应到至少一个发光设备。 In certain embodiments, the at least one fuse link may be arranged to communicate electrically with the at least one light emitting device, and a disable signal may be adapted to disconnect at least one fuse link to prevent at least a current is supplied to the light emitting device. 在某些实施例中,至少一个熔丝连接可以被布置为与至少一个发光器和/或发光器驱动器电路电连通。 In certain embodiments, the at least one fuse link may be arranged to communicate with the at least one light and / or luminescent electrical drive circuit.

[0175] 在某些实施例中,在活组织上的光的照射和/或如本文所公开的操作设备可以响应于一个或更多个温度信号。 [0175] In certain embodiments, the light irradiated on the living tissue and / or disclosed herein as the operation device in response to one or more temperature signals. 例如,可以在FPCB上或其附近感测温度状况;可以产生指示温度状况的至少一个信号;并且可以响应于所述至少一个信号来控制用于向患者的头皮递送光能的设备的操作。 For example, the sensed temperature conditions or near on the FPCB; may generate at least one condition indicative of a temperature signal; and in response to the at least one signal for controlling operation of the light energy for delivery of the device to the patient's scalp. 这样的控制可以包括发光元件的操作的启动、操作的偏离(或改变)或者操作的终止。 Such control may include a startup operation of the light emitting element, departing from the termination (or changes) the operation or operations. 在某些实施例中,可以在阈值温度(例如〉摄氏42°)下提供热折返保护,以防止用户经受灼伤或不适。 In certain embodiments, heat may be provided at a foldback threshold temperature (e.g.> 42 [deg.] C), in order to prevent burns or discomfort experienced by the user. 在某些实施例中,热折返保护可响应于接收到指示过度温度状况的信号而触发发光设备进行终止操作、减少电流或改变操作状态。 In certain embodiments, the thermal foldback response to receiving a signal indicative of an excessive temperature condition trigger for terminating operation of the light emitting device, to reduce or change the current operating state.

[0176] 在某些实施例中,接近传感器可以被布置成接近FPCB的一部分,以确定FPCB何时接近要被照明的表面(例如,头皮)并且用于通过在不接近于该表面时减少通量来实现对于患者的安全。 [0176] In certain embodiments, the proximity sensor may be arranged to close part of the FPCB, to determine when to close FPCB surface to be illuminated (e.g., scalp), and is used by reducing the surface when it is not close to the pass amount to achieve security for the patient.

[0177] 在某些实施例中,用于向患者的头皮递送光能的设备可以包括布置成产生可视信号的用户可感知的可视信号元件(例如,一个或更多个灯、LED显示器、字母数字显示器、移动应用程序等)和/或被布置成产生可听信号的用户可感知的可听信号元件(例如扬声器、 蜂鸣器、警报发生器等)。 [0177] In certain embodiments, for delivery to a patient's scalp apparatus may include a visual light signal the user element arranged to generate a visual perceptible signal (e.g., one or more lamps, LED display , alphanumeric displays, mobile applications, etc.) and / or arranged to generate an audible signal device (e.g. a speaker, a buzzer, an alarm generator, etc.) the user an audible signal perceptible. 在某些实施例中,可视信号和可听信号中的至少一个指示设备的操作状态或充电状态。 In certain embodiments, a visual signal and an audible signal indicating an operation state or at least a state of charge of the device. 在某些实施例中,可视信号和可听信号中的至少一个指示设备的操作周期的计数。 In certain embodiments, a visual signal and an audible signal in at least one operation cycle of the counting device indicates.

[0178] 在某些实施例中,如本文所公开的用于向患者的头皮递送光能的设备可以包括用于存储指示一个或更多个传感器信号的信息的存储器元件。 [0178] In certain embodiments, as used herein disclosed apparatus for delivering light energy may include a memory element for storing information indicative of one or more sensor signals to a patient's scalp. 这样的信息可以用于检测设备使用、评估患者状态、评估患者改善以及评估设备的功能。 Such information can be used to detect the devices, the state of the patient assessment, evaluation and improved patient function evaluation device. 在某些实施例中,指示一个或更多个传感器信号的信息可以经由有线或无线装置(例如,经由蓝牙、WiFi、Zigbee或另一适合的协议)传输到移动电话、计算机、数据记录设备或可以可选地连接到局域网络、广域网络、电话网络或其他通信网络的另一合适的设备。 In certain embodiments, a message indicating one or more sensor signals may be (e.g., via Bluetooth, WiFi, Zigbee, or another suitable protocol) transmitted to the mobile phone, a computer, a data recording apparatus via a wired or wireless device or may optionally be connected to a local area network, wide area network another suitable device, a telephone network or other communication networks. 在某些实施例中,可以提供数据端口(例如,微型USB或其他类型)以允许提取或询问存储器中包含的信息。 In certain embodiments, the data port may be provided (e.g., a micro-USB or other type) to allow the extraction or ask for information contained in a memory.

[0179] 以下描述了用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的说明性设备的细节。 [0179] The following describes the details of the light energy delivered to the patient for an illustrative apparatus scalp.

[0180] 图1是实施在用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的可佩戴帽中的发光设备5的分解视图。 [0180] FIG. 1 is an exploded view of a light emitting device in the embodiment 5 for the light energy delivered to the patient's scalp in a wearable hat. 设备5包括由FPCBlO支撑的多个发光器和支架,FPCBlO包括布置成凹形配置的多个互连面板12A-12F (例如,多个互连元件)。 FPCBlO device 5 comprises a support bracket and a plurality of light emitters, arranged FPCBlO comprising a plurality of interconnected panels 12A-12F (e.g., a plurality of interconnection elements) of the concave configuration. 凹形成形构件30(包括框架31、肋32A-32D和弯曲的面板34A-34D)被配置为接收FPCBlO。 Female molding member 30 (including the frame 31, the ribs 32A-32D and a curved panel 34A-34D) is configured to receive FPCBlO. 织物覆盖物60配置成覆盖凹形成形构件30和包含在其中的FPCB10。 A fabric cover 60 configured to cover the female molding member 30 and contained in FPCB10 therein. 在FPCBlO与凹形成形构件30之间配置有电池50和电池保持器51。 FPCBlO between female molding member 30 and the battery 50 are arranged and the battery holder 51. 电子器件外壳40布置成容纳在开口31A内,开口31A限定在凹形成形构件30的框架31中。 The electronic device housing 40 is arranged to be received within the openings 31A, 31A defining an opening 30 in the frame member 31 forming a concave. 枢轴连接元件41A、51A (例如,圆柱形突片)被布置为将电池保持器51枢转地耦合到电子器件外壳40。 Pivotal connection elements 41A, 51A (e.g., cylindrical tab) is arranged to hold the battery 51 is pivotally coupled to the electronics housing 40. 电子器件板41可插入电子器件外壳40中,电子器件外壳40被覆盖物42封闭。 Electronics board 41 can be inserted into the electronics housing 40, electronics housing 40 is closed by a cover 42. 在电子器件板41上布置有周期计数器43、控制按钮44、充电/数据端口45和状态灯46。 On the electronics board 41 is disposed cycle counter 43, a control button 44, a charging / data port status lights 45 and 46. 与电子器件外壳40和电子器件板41相关联的各种元件通常可以称为“控制模块”。 Various elements of the electronic device housing 40 and associated electronics board 41 may be generally called "control module." 在覆盖物42中定义的窗口42A提供对周期计数器43、控制按钮44、充电/数据端口45和状态灯46的接入。 A window defined in the cover 42 42A provided on the cycle counter 43, a control button 44, to charging / data ports 45 and 46 of status lights. 织物覆盖物60包括织物主体61和布置成接收肋32A-32D的一部分的多个内袋62A-62D。 Fabric covering 60 comprises a fabric body 61 and arranged to receive a portion of the ribs 32A-32D are a plurality of the inner bag 62A-62D. 织物覆盖物60的顶部处的开口68布置成接收覆盖物42。 The opening 68 at the top of the fabric covering 60 is arranged to receive the cover 42.

[0181] 在图2A-2F中提供了凹形成形构件30、电子器件外壳40和电池保持器51的另外的视图。 [0181] Providing an additional view of the female molding member 30, the electronics housing 40 and the battery holder 51 in the Figures 2A-2F. 图2A是上部透视图,图2B是顶部平面视图,图2C是前视图,图2D是左侧视图,图2E是下部透视图,以及图2F是底部平面视图。 2A is an upper perspective view, FIG 2B is a top plan view, FIG. 2C is a front view, FIG. 2D is a left side view, FIG. 2E is a lower perspective view, and FIG. 2F is a bottom planar view. 如图2A所示,肋32A-32D和弯曲的面板34A-34D从框架31大致向外和向下突出。 2A, the ribs 32A-32D and 34A-34D curved panels projecting generally downwardly and outwardly from the frame 31. 弯曲的面板34A-34D优选不向下延伸到肋32A-32D。 34A-34D curved panel preferably does not extend down to the ribs 32A-32D. 图2B中提供的顶部平面视图显示,当从上方观看时,凹形成形构件30具有大体椭圆形状。 Top plan view in FIG. 2B provides the display, when viewed from above, forming the female member 30 has a generally elliptical shape. 在某些实施例中,肋32A-32D、弯曲的面板34A-34D和框架31可以通过合适的方法(例如模制)而由一个或更多个材料片制成。 In certain embodiments, the ribs 32A-32D, 34A-34D curved panel and the frame 31 may be made of one or more sheet materials by an appropriate method (e.g., molding). 如图2B-2D所示,间隙33A1到33D2被设置在相邻的肋32A-32D的部分和弯曲的面板34A-34D之间,以适应向外扩张和向内收缩,并且能够传递热量和/或流体(例如蒸发的汗水)。 FIG. 2B-2D, a gap 33A1 to 33D2 are disposed between adjacent ribs 32A-32D and a curved portion of the panels 34A-34D, to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction, and to transfer heat and / or fluid (e.g., sweat evaporation). 覆盖物42可以基本上与中央框架31的顶部边缘齐平或几乎齐平。 42 may be substantially cover the top edge of the center frame 31 is flush or nearly flush. 如图2C和2D 所示,前肋32A可以比横肋32B、32D和后肋32C短。 2C and 2D, the front than the cross-ribs 32A may ribs 32B, 32D, and the short rib 32C.

[0182] 如图2E和2F所示,电子器件外壳40可以包括中间孔40A、40B以容纳用于接收FPCBlO的紧固件(未示出)。 [0182] FIG. 2E and 2F, the electronics housing 40 may include a central bore 40A, 40B to accommodate a fastener receiving FPCBlO (not shown). 电子器件外壳40还包括角孔40C,该角孔40C布置成接收用于将覆盖物42附接到电子器件外壳40的附加紧固件(未示出)。 The electronic device 40 further comprises a housing aperture angle of 40C, 40C of the corner hole arranged to receive a cover 42 is attached to the additional fastener (not shown) of the electronic device housing 40. 在图2E中示出了通过枢转耦合元件51A在电池保持器51与电子器件外壳40之间的枢转親合。 In FIG. 2E shows the pivot holder 51 and the electronics housing 40 by pivoting the coupling member 51A in turn cell affinity. 如图2E和2F所不,电池保持器51 大致位于后肋32C和两个后弯曲的面板34B、34C的下方,电池50具有薄的低轮廓形状。 Figure 2E and 2F are not, the battery holder 51 is located approximately two ribs 32C and the curved rear panel 34B, below 34C, the battery 50 having a thin low-profile shape. 在一个实施例中,电池50优选为提供至少3.7V和至少IOOOmAh的柔性电池。 In one embodiment, the battery 50 provides at least 3.7V, and preferably at least IOOOmAh flexible battery.

[0183] 在图3A-3D中示出了FPCBlO或其部分处于扁平构造的各种视图。 [0183] In Figures 3A-3D illustrate various views FPCBlO or portion thereof in a flat configuration.

[0184] 图3A是具有布置在其上的发光器20和支架25的FPCBlO的底部平面视图。 [0184] FIG 3A is a bottom plan view of a light emitting device disposed thereon FPCBlO 20 and the holder 25. FPCBlO包括聚酰亚胺衬底11、内表面IIA和外表面IIB (如图I、3E、3G和3H所示)。 FPCBlO include polyimide substrate 11, an inner surface and an outer surface IIA IIB (shown in FIG I, 3E, 3G and 3H shown). 优选地,FPCBlO沿着正面和背面用合适的透光材料(如PETG或硅酮(未示出))封装。 Preferably, FPCBlO along the front and back of the package with a suitable light-transmissive material (e.g., PETG or silicone (not shown)). 在一个实施例中,发光器20 包括总共280个发光二极管,所述发光二极管布置成56个串联的5个LED,串电压为11V,电流限制为5mA,以及功耗为3.08瓦。 In one embodiment, the light emitting device 20 includes a total of 280 light emitting diodes, the light emitting diodes 56 arranged in series with the LED 5, the string voltage of 11V, the current limit of 5mA, and the power consumption of 3.08 watts. 图3A示出了从FPCBlO的内表面IlA延伸的三十六个支架25。 3A shows a thirty-six support extending from the inner surface of FPCBlO IlA 25. FPCB10包括六个互连的面板12A-12F,面板12A-12F通过变窄的翼片区域13B-13F彼此连接。 FPCB10 panel 12A-12F includes six interconnected panels 12A-12F are connected to each other by 13B-13F flap narrowed region. 间隙14A-14F被设置在各个面板12A-12F之间,这些间隙14A-14F (其靠近变窄的翼片区域13B-13F延伸)可用于允许热量和/或流体在面板12A-12F之间的输送(例如汗液的蒸发)。 14A-14F is provided a gap between the panels 12A-12F, 14A-14F gaps (proximate narrowed fin extending region 13B-13F) can be used to allow heat and / or fluid between the panels 12A-12F delivery (e.g., the evaporation of sweat). 如图3A所示,孔15A、15B被限定通过FPCBlO以接收用于将FPCBlO接合到限定在电子器件外壳40中的相应的孔40A、40B的紧固件(未示出)。 3A, the holes 15A, 15B is defined by FPCBlO FPCBlO for receiving a corresponding engaging holes in the electronics housing 40 defines a fastener (not shown) 40A, 40B of. 另外的开口15C可以被提供用于在成形为凹形构造时在接近传感器(例如,光电传感器)与FPCBlO的内部之间的传感器通信。 15C further openings may be provided for communication between the sensor during molding of concave configuration in the proximity sensor (e.g., a photosensor) and FPCBlO interior.

[0185] 图3B是FPCBlO的衬底11的底部平面视图,示出了在安装发光器之前并且在形成支架之前以及在将衬底11成形为凹形构造之前在衬底11上布置的电迹线17和发射器安装区域18。 [0185] FIG. 3B is a bottom plan view of the substrate 11 FPCBlO, electrical trace is shown before mounting the light emitting device and before the stent is formed and disposed on the substrate 11 before the substrate 11 is shaped to a concave configuration line mounting area 17 and a transmitter 18. 如图3B所示,每个发射器安装区域18包括两个阳极和两个阴极,以使得能够安装包括不同峰值波长的LED的多LED固态发射器包装。 3B, the mounting region 18 of each emitter comprises two anodes and two cathodes, in order to enable mounting of different peak wavelengths comprising multiple LED solid state emitter LED package. 在每个发射器安装区域18处存在多个阳极和阴极允许不同峰值波长的LED被不同地控制。 A plurality of anodes and cathodes to allow the presence of different peak wavelengths of LED is controlled differently in each emitter 18 at the mounting region. 图3C是从底部(例如,如同衬底11是透明的)看到的FPCBlO的横截面视图,示出了沿着衬底11的顶侧的电迹线16。 3C is the bottom (e.g., as the substrate 11 is transparent) FPCBlO cross-sectional view as seen, is shown along the electrical traces 11 of the top side of the substrate 16.

[0186] 图3D是FPCBlO轮廓的底部平面视图,示出了用于将衬底11成形为凹形形状以贴合用户的头皮周围的弯曲区域和弯曲角度。 [0186] FIG 3D is a bottom plan view of FPCBlO profile, shows a substrate 11 formed as a concave shape to conform to the bend angle and the bend region around the user's scalp. 如图3D所示,在每个面板12A-12F之间提供弯曲区域,并且每个面板12A-12F包括额外的弯曲区域。 3D, the curved region provided between each panel 12A-12F, 12A-12F and each panel includes additional curved region. 第一面板12A包括两个纵向弯曲区域以及角弯曲区域。 The first panel 12A includes two longitudinally curved corner regions and curved regions. 第二面板12B包括五个弯曲区域。 The second panel 12B includes five curved region. 第三面板12C和第四面板12D均包括一个弯曲区域。 The third panel and fourth panel 12C comprises a curved region 12D. 第五面板12E和第六面板12F均包括四个弯曲区域。 Fifth panel 12E and 12F sixth panel comprises four curved region.

[0187] 图3E至3H提供凹形构造的FPCBlO的各种视图,包括上部透视图(图3E)、下部平面视图(图3F)、左侧视图(图3G)以及上部前部透视图(图3H)。 [0187] Figure 3E to 3H provide various views FPCBlO concave configuration, comprising an upper perspective view (FIG. 3E), a lower plane view (FIG. 3F), a left side view (FIG. 3G) and an upper front perspective view (FIG. 3H). 图3E、3G和3H示出了成形FPCBlO 的外表面IlB,而图3F不出了内表面IlA。 FIG. 3E, 3G and 3H illustrate an outer surface formed FPCBlO IlB, and FIG. 3F no inner surface IlA. 如从图βΕΙΗΚ不的凹形形状明显看出的,第一面板12Α配置成覆盖用户的颅顶,第二面板12Β配置成覆盖用户前额的一部分,第三面板和第四面板12C、12D配置成覆盖用户的眼睑,且第五面板和第六面板12E、12F布置成覆盖用户头部的后部。 The concave shape βΕΙΗΚ not apparent from the drawing, the first panel configured to cover the user 12Α parietal, the second panel is configured to cover a portion of 12Β user's forehead, third panel and fourth panel 12C, 12D arranged covering user's eyelids, and a sixth panel and the fifth panel 12E, 12F disposed to cover the rear portion of the user's head.

[0188] 图4A-4D提供了图1的组装的设备5的各种视图,包括上部透视图(图4A)、顶部平面视图(图4B)、正视图(图4C)以及左侧视图(图4D)。 [0188] Figures 4A-4D provide various views of the assembled device of FIG. 1 5, comprising an upper perspective view (FIG. 4A), a top plan view (FIG. 4B), a front view (FIG. 4C) and a left side view (FIG. 4D). 设备5的大部分外表面包括织物覆盖物60,最上面的外表面实施用于电子器件外壳40的覆盖物42。 Majority of the outer surface of the device 5 comprises a fabric covering 60, the outer surface of the top cover for an electronic device embodiment 40 of housing 42. 织物覆盖物60包括织物主体61 和布置成接收肋32A-32D的部分的多个(内部)袋62A-62D。 Fabric covering 60 comprises a fabric body portion 61 and arranged ribs 32A-32D receives a plurality of (inside) the bag 62A-62D.

[0189] 图5A是叠加在模拟人类头部上方的、图4A-4D中的组装的发光设备的前视图。 [0189] FIG 5A is a front view of a light emitting device superimposed over the human analog of the head assembly 4A-4D in FIG. 如图5A所示,设备5被实施于其下边缘在用户的前额与发际线之间并且在用户的耳朵上方的帽中。 As shown, the apparatus 5 is implemented 5A lower edge thereof between a user's forehead hairline and a cap over the user's ear. 图5B是图I、4A-4D和5A的发光设备的一部分的侧视图,省略了凹形成形构件和织物覆盖物以示出FPCB10、电子器件壳体40、覆盖物42、电池保持器51和电池50相对于用户的头部的计划放置。 5B is I, side view of part 4A-4D and 5A, the light emitting device, the female forming member is omitted and the fabric covering to show FPCB10, electronics housing 40, cover 42, battery holder 51 and 50 with battery placed to plan the user's head. 如图5B所示,FPCBl 0与患者的颅顶的至少一部分紧密相符。 As shown in FIG 5B, FPCBl 0 and parietal patient at least a portion conforms closely.

[0190] 图6是包括可调整闭合件的织物覆盖构件60A的示意图,该可调整闭合件包括被布置成允许调整织物覆盖构件60A的开口周长的部分68A、68B。 [0190] FIG. 6 is a schematic view of a fabric adjustable closure comprises a cover member 60A is, the adjustable closure comprises a member arranged to permit adjustment of the fabric member 60A covering the perimeter of an opening portion 68A, 68B. 在某些实施例中,可调整闭合件可以包括钩环带、搭扣闭合件、可选择性操作的压缩配件或可以系成结的织物端部。 In certain embodiments, the adjustable closure may comprise hook and loop tape, snap closure, selectively operable compression fittings or fabric ends may be tied in a knot.

[0191] 图7A-7F图示了柔性发光设备的部分的横截面视图,各自包括从支撑多个发光元件的封装的FPCB延伸的支架,其中支架在每种情况下具有不同的形状和体积。 [0191] FIGS. 7A-7F illustrate a cross-sectional view of a portion of the flexible light-emitting device, each includes a support extending from the bracket FPCB plurality of light emitting elements of the package, wherein the stent has a different shape and size in each case.

[0192] 图7A是包括具有从支撑多个发光器20的FPCBlO延伸的向上弯曲的圆形构造的支架25A的第一发光设备的一部分的侧横截面视图。 [0192] FIG. 7A is a side portion of the first light emitting device having a holder 25A upwardly curved circular configuration FPCBlO 20 extending from the support a plurality of light emitters cross-sectional view. 多个发光器20的发射在支架25A上方重叠。 Emitting a plurality of light emitters 20 overlaps above the holder 25A. FPCBlO的内表面IlA和外表面IlB都被密封剂材料19A、19B覆盖。 FPCBlO IlA inner surface and an outer surface 19A are IlB sealant material, 19B covered. 支架25A的体积为22.42 立方毫米。 The volume of the stent 25A is 22.42 mm3.

[0193] 图7B是第二发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第二发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光器20的FPCBlO延伸的圆形塔构造的支架25B。 [0193] FIG. 7B is a side cross-sectional view of a portion of the second light emitting device, the light emitting device includes a second plurality of light emitting from the support bracket circular column configuration FPCBlO 20 extending 25B. 多个发光器20的发射在支架25B上方重叠。 Emitting a plurality of light emitters 20 overlaps above the holder 25B. FPCBlO的内表面IlA和外表面IlB都被密封剂材料19A、19B覆盖。 FPCBlO IlA inner surface and an outer surface 19A are IlB sealant material, 19B covered. 支架25B的体积为34.89 立方毫米。 25B stent volume of 34.89 mm3.

[0194] 图7C是第三发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第三发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光器20的FPCBlO延伸的锥形塔构造的支架25C。 [0194] FIG 7C is a side sectional view of a portion of the third light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a third plurality of light emitting from the support bracket conical tower configuration FPCBlO 20 extending 25C. 多个发光器20的发射在支架25C上方重叠。 Emitting a plurality of light emitters 20 overlaps above the holder 25C. FPCBlO的内表面IIA和外表面IIB都被密封剂材料19A、19B覆盖。 FPCBlO inner surface and an outer surface IIA IIB are sealant material 19A, 19B covered. 支架25C具有35.5立方毫米的体积。 Bracket 25C having a volume of 35.5 mm3.

[0195] 图7D是第四发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第四发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光器20的FPCBlO延伸的凹锥形构造的支架25D。 [0195] FIG 7D is a side sectional view of a portion of the fourth light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a fourth recess 25D having a tapered configuration of the stent FPCBlO 20 extending from the support a plurality of light emitters. 多个发光器20的发射在支架2®上方重叠。 Emitting a plurality of light emitters 20 overlaps above the holder 2®. FPCBlO的内表面IlA和外表面IlB都被密封剂材料19A、19B覆盖。 FPCBlO IlA inner surface and an outer surface 19A are IlB sealant material, 19B covered. 支架25D具有62.89立方毫米的体积。 25D stent having a volume of 62.89 mm3.

[0196] 图7E是第五发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第五发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光器20的FPCBlO延伸的扁平顶锥构造的支架25E。 [0196] Figure 7E is a side sectional view of a portion of the fifth light emitting device, the light emitting device comprises a fifth stent 25E from the support structure having a plurality of light emitters FPCBlO 20 extending flat top cone. 多个发光器20的发射在支架25E上方重叠。 Emitting a plurality of light emitters 20 overlaps above the holder 25E. FPCBlO的内表面IlA和外表面IlB都被密封剂材料19A、19B覆盖。 FPCBlO IlA inner surface and an outer surface 19A are IlB sealant material, 19B covered. 支架25E的体积为77.31立方毫米。 25E stent volume of 77.31 mm3.

[0197] 图7F是第六发光设备的一部分的侧截面视图,该第六发光设备包括具有从支撑多个发光器20的FPCBlO延伸的圆形构造的支架25F。 [0197] Figure 7F is a side sectional view of a portion of the sixth light emitting device, the sixth light emitting device comprises a stent 25F FPCBlO 20 having a circular configuration extending from the support of a plurality of light emitters. 多个发光器20的发射在支架25F上方重叠。 Emitting a plurality of light emitters 20 overlaps above the holder 25F. FPCBlO的内表面IlA和外表面IlB都被密封剂材料19A、19B覆盖。 FPCBlO IlA inner surface and an outer surface 19A are IlB sealant material, 19B covered. 支架25F的体积为92.82 立方毫米。 25F stent volume of 92.82 mm3.

[0198] 如图7A-7F所示,根据诸如用户舒适度、材料体积和光相互作用和/或光阻特性的考虑,可以使用各种支架形状和尺寸。 [0198] FIG. 7A-7F, according to the comfort of the user such as, the volume of material and the interaction of light and / or consideration of the characteristics of resist, various holder shapes and sizes.

[0199] 图8是示出根据一个实施例的用于向患者的头皮递送光能的发光设备的组件之间的互连的示意图。 [0199] FIG. 8 is a diagram showing an embodiment of the interconnections between components for delivery of light energy to the light emitting device according to the patient's scalp. 微控制器102被布置成经由5V升压电路112从电池122 (标称地3.7V)接收电力。 The microcontroller 102 is arranged to receive power from the battery 122 (nominally 3.7V) via a booster circuit 112 5V. 微控制器102可以被布置为控制布置在微型USB连接器116和电池122之间的充电集成电路114,其中微型USB连接器116可以被用于接收电流以对电池122进行充电。 The microcontroller 102 may be arranged to control the charging IC 114 is disposed between the micro-USB connector 116 and the battery 122, wherein the micro-USB connector 116 may be used to receive a current to charge the battery 122. 在某些实施例中,微型USB连接器116还可以用于往来于微控制器102和/或相关联的存储器传送数据和/或指令。 In certain embodiments, the micro-USB connector 116 to the contacts 102 may also be used and / or data associated memory transfer, and / or instructions microcontroller. 微控制器102还被布置为控制12V升压电路118以增加一个或更多个LED阵列120 的电压。 The microcontroller 102 is further arranged to control the 12V voltage booster circuit 118 to add one or more LED arrays 120. 微控制器102还控制被布置成驱动一个或更多个LED阵列120的一个或更多个LED驱动器电路110。 The microcontroller 102 further controls a drive is arranged in one or more LED arrays 120 or more LED driver circuit 110. 微控制器102还布置成接收来自用户输入按钮104、温度传感器124和接近传感器126 (其包括红外LED128)的输入。 The microcontroller 102 is further arranged to receive a user input button 104, a temperature sensor 124 and proximity sensor 126 (which includes the LED 128 IR) input. 微控制器102还布置成将输出信号提供给LCD显示器106和蜂鸣器108。 The microcontroller 102 is further arranged to provide an output signal to the LCD display and a buzzer 106 108. 某些组件相对于控制器FPCB位于板外,如图8中的垂直虚线所示。 Some of the components with respect to the controller board FPCB located outside the vertical dashed line in FIG. 8 as shown in FIG. 在发光设备的操作中,用户可以按压按钮104以开始操作。 In the operation of the light emitting device, the user may press the button 104 to start the operation. 如果接近传感器126检测到设备已经被放置在用户的头部上,则微控制器102可以触发一个或更多个LED驱动器电路110来激励一个或更多个LED阵列120。 If the proximity sensor 126 detects that the device has been placed on the user's head, the microcontroller 102 may trigger one or more of the LED driver circuit 110 to energize one or more LED arrays 120. 用温度传感器124来监测操作期间的温度。 Temperature sensor 124 to monitor the temperature during operation. 如果检测到过热状况, 则微控制器102可以采取适当的动作来减少由一个或更多个LED驱动器电路110供应给一个或更多个LED阵列120的电流。 If the overheating condition is detected, the microcontroller 102 can take appropriate action to reduce by one or more LED driver circuit 110 supplies a current to or more LED arrays 120. 操作可以继续,直到定时器(例如,微控制器102内部)使操作自动终止。 Operation may continue until the timer (e.g., internal microcontroller 102) so that operation is automatically terminated. 一个或更多个指示器LED (未示出)可以提供指示电池122的充电状态的可视信号。 One or more indicators an LED (not shown) may provide an indication of battery charge state 122. visual signal. 用于开始和终止操作的可听信号可以由蜂鸣器108或合适的扬声器提供。 An audible signal for starting and terminating operation 108 may be provided by a buzzer or a speaker suitable. 有关使用周期、使用时间或任何其它合适参数的信息可由IXD显示器106显示。 Information about the cycle, time or any other suitable parameters may be IXD display 106 displays.

[0200] 图9是描绘根据一个实施例的适于操作用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的发光设备的硬件驱动器、功能组件和软件应用之间的接口的示意图。 [0200] FIG 9 depicts an embodiment is adapted for operating the light energy delivered to the light emitting device driver hardware scalp of a patient, a schematic diagram of an interface between the functional components and software applications. 包括定时器和计数器107的应用执行功能103可以利用一个或更多个集成电路(诸如图8所示的微控制器102)来执行。 Includes a timer 107 and a counter application execution function 103 may utilize one or more integrated circuits (such as a micro-controller 8 shown in FIG. 102) is performed. 硬件驱动器105可以用于与各种输入和输出元件接口,例如,一个或更多个LED阵列120、扬声器或蜂鸣器108、LCD显示器106、温度传感器124、用户输入按钮104 (例如,推按钮)、指示器LED109和光学传感器126。 Hardware driver 105 may be used with various input and output element interface, e.g., one or more LED arrays 120, speaker or a buzzer 108, LCD display 106, a temperature sensor 124, the user input buttons 104 (e.g., push buttons ), and an optical sensor 126 LED109 indicator.

[0201] 图10A-10E图示了根据另一个实施例的用于将光能递送到患者的头皮的光疗设备。 [0201] FIGS. 10A-10E illustrate a further embodiment of a light energy delivered to the patient's scalp phototherapy device. 更具体地,图IOA是光疗设备的上部透视图,图IOB是下部透视图,图IOC是右侧视图,图IOD是底部平面视图,并且图IOE是分解视图。 More specifically, FIG IOA is an upper perspective view of a phototherapy apparatus, FIG IOB is a lower perspective view, FIG. IOC is a right side view, FIG IOD is a bottom plan view, and FIG IOE is an exploded view. 如下面更详细讨论的,光疗设备210可以包括柔性帽212、柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)组件214、柔性双凸透镜216、多个支架218a、218b、泡沫填充物22(^、22013和结合边缘221(如图134和138所示)。 , Light therapy device 210 may include a flexible cap 212, a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) assembly as discussed in more detail below 214, the flexible lenticular lens 216, a plurality of brackets 218a, 218b, the foam filler 22 (^, 22013 and binding edge 221 (as shown in 134 and 138).

[0202] 柔性帽212可以包括一种或更多种不同的织物或材料(例如,棉、开孔或闭孔聚乙烯泡沫、聚酯、人造丝等),并且可以根据患者的头部尺寸以各种不同的形状和尺寸形成。 [0202] The flexible cap 212 may comprise one or more different fabric or material (e.g., cotton, open or closed cell polyethylene foam, polyester, rayon, etc.), and may be in accordance with the head size of the patient various shapes and sizes are formed. 在某些实施例中,柔性帽212包括可拉伸材料以适应各种头部尺寸。 In certain embodiments, the cap 212 comprises a stretchable flexible material to accommodate various head sizes. 柔性帽212包括近侧表面222 (例如,可不同地描述为底表面、下表面、内表面、内部表面或接近患者的表面)和远侧表面224 (例如,其可不同地被描述为顶表面、上表面、外表面、外部表面或离患者较远的表面)。 Flexible cap 212 includes a proximal surface 222 (e.g., may be variously described as a bottom surface, a lower surface, an inner surface, an interior surface or near the surface of the patient) and a distal surface 224 (e.g., which may be variously described as the top surface , an upper surface, an outer surface, the outer surface or farther away from the surface of the patient). 柔性帽212形成通常尺寸和形状被设计成接收患者头部的上部部分的凹部226,并且可以包括被配置为覆盖患者头部的下后部部分的后延伸部228 (如,颈背、后发际线、枕骨突起和/或其附近等)。 Flexible cap 212 to form a generally sized and shaped to an upper portion of the head of the patient receiving recess 226, and may include a post configured to cover the lower rear portion of the extension portion of the patient's head 228 (e.g., neck, back fat hairline, occipital and / or near the like). 接近后延伸部228 (但是朝向柔性帽212的中心),柔性帽212可以包括弯曲弧(例如,左弯曲弧229a和右弯曲弧229b),其允许后延伸部228更容易向外弯曲以适应不同的头部尺寸。 Extension portion 228 near the rear (toward the center but flexible cap 212), flexible cap 212 may include a curved arc (e.g., arc bending left and right curved arcs 229a 229b), which allows the rear portion 228 extending outwardly more easily bent to accommodate different head size.

[0203] 在某些实施例中,柔性帽212可以包括密封塞232,该密封塞232可移除地附接到并覆盖柔性帽212的顶部处的电子连接端口230。 [0203] In certain embodiments, the cap 212 may include a flexible sealing plug 232, the sealing plug 232 can be removably attached to the cap and covers the flexible electrical connector port 230 at the top 212. 电子连接端口230机械地附接到布置在柔性帽212的顶部处的电子插座234。 Electronic connection port 230 is mechanically attached to the socket 234 disposed in the cap at the top of the flexible electronics 212. 密封塞232在不使用时覆盖并保护电子连接端口230免受损坏。 The sealing plug 232 and the protective cover when not in use electronic connection port 230 from damage. 电子插座234可以被配置成接收FPCB组件214 (在图IlA和IlB中示出并且在下面更详细地讨论)的电子子组件250,以向电子子组件250提供机械稳定性。 Electronic receptacle 234 may be configured to receive FPCB assembly 214 (shown in FIG IlA and IlB and is discussed in more detail below) of the electronic subassembly 250, to provide mechanical stability to the electronic subassembly 250. 例如,电子插座234可以机械地附接并固定到电子子组件250,以防止它们之间的相对移动。 For example, electrical plugs 234 may be mechanically attached and fixed to the electronic subassembly 250, to prevent relative movement therebetween. 电子连接端口230 (具有电子插座234)可以提供电子子组件250与光疗设备210外部的电子设备(例如,计算机、智能电话等)或电子连接器(例如,电源线、USB线等)之间的机械和/或电子连接,以接收电力和/或电子数据(例如,操作参数)。 Electronic connection port 230 (having electronic socket 234) may provide an electronic subassembly 250 with light therapy device 210 external to the electronic device (e.g., computers, smart phones, etc.) or an electronic connector (e.g., power lines, USB cable, etc.) between the mechanical and / or electrical connections to receive power and / or electronic data (e.g., operational parameters). 在某些实施例中,可以在光疗设备210和电子设备之间提供无线通信。 In certain embodiments, wireless communication may be provided between light therapy device 210 and the electronic device. 在某些实施例中,可操作地耦合到FPCB组件214的电池可被感应充电(例如,无线充电)。 In certain embodiments, assembly operatively coupled to the FPCB 214 may be inductively rechargeable battery (e.g., a wireless charging).

[0204] FPCB组件214 (在下面更详细地讨论)包括近侧表面236 (其可以不同地被称为底表面、下表面、内表面、内部表面或接近患者的表面)和远侧表面237 (其可以不同地被称为顶表面、上表面、外表面、外部表面或远离患者的表面KFPCB组件214形成通常尺寸和形状被设置成接收患者头部的至少上部部分的凹部238,并且可以包括后延伸部239,该后延伸部239被配置成覆盖患者头部的下部后部部分(例如,颈背、后发际线、枕骨突起和/或其附近等)。近侧表面236包括至少一个发光设备(例如,LED),并且可以包括被配置为产生具有一个或更多个峰值波长的发射(例如,红色LED和/或蓝色LED)的多个LED设备,如以上详细讨论的。 [0204] FPCB component 214 (discussed in more detail below) includes a proximal surface 236 (which may be referred to variously bottom surface, a lower surface, an inner surface, the inner surface of the patient or near the surface) and a distal surface 237 ( which may be variously referred to as a top surface, an upper surface, an outer surface, the outer surface or away from the patient KFPCB assembly 214 generally sized and shaped to at least the upper part of the head of the patient receiving recess 238 is formed, and may include a rear extension portion 239, the rear extension portion 239 is configured to a lower rear portion (e.g., neck, the hairline, occipital and / or near the like) to cover the patient's head. the proximal surface 236 includes at least one light emitting device (e.g., LED), and may include an LED configured to generate a plurality of devices having one or more emission peak wavelengths (e.g., red LED, and / or a blue LED), as discussed in detail above.

[0205] 柔性双凸透镜216包括近侧表面252 (例如内表面、内部表面、接近患者的表面)和远侧表面254 (例如,外表面、外部表面、远离患者的表面)。 [0205] The flexible lenticular lens 216 comprises a proximal surface 252 (e.g., an inner surface, the inner surface, close to the surface of the patient) and a distal surface 254 (e.g., an outer surface, an exterior surface, away from the surface of the patient). 柔性双凸透镜216形成通常尺寸和形状被设计成适合患者的头部的凹部256,并且可包括后延伸部258,该后延伸部258被配置成覆盖患者的头部背部的下部部分(例如,颈背、后发际线、枕骨突起和/或其附近等)。 The flexible lenticular lens 216 is formed generally sized and shaped is designed to fit the patient's head recess 256, and the rear portion may include an extension 258, the rear extension portion 258 is configured to cover a lower portion of the back of the patient's head (e.g., the neck back, the hairline, occipital and / or near the like). 接近后延伸部258 (但是朝向柔性双凸透镜216的中心),柔性双凸透镜216可以包括弯曲弧259a、259b,其允许后延伸部258更容易向外弯曲以适应不同的头部尺寸。 After the extension portion 258 close (but towards the center of the flexible lenticular lens 216), the flexible lenticular lens 216 may include a curved arcs 259a, 259b, which allows the rear portion 258 extending outwardly more easily bent to accommodate different head sizes. 柔性双凸透镜216 可以被模制,可以具有大约〇.02英寸到0.06英寸(例如大约0.033英寸)的厚度,并且可以具有每英寸大约10个到大约80个透镜、或每英寸约20个至约60个透镜、或每英寸约30个至约50个透镜、或每英寸约40个透镜(LPI)的透镜密度,但也可使用其它尺寸。 The flexible lenticular lens 216 may be molded, it may have 〇.02 inches to about 0.06 inches (e.g. about .033 inches) thickness and may have about 10 to about 80 lenses per inch, or about 20 per inch to about lens 60, or from about 30 to about 50 lenses per inch, or about 40 lenses per inch (LPI) lens density, but other dimensions may also be used. 根据使用的材料, 如果柔性双凸透镜216的厚度小于约0.02英寸,则可能导致不希望的起皱或卷曲,并且如果柔性双凸透镜216的厚度大于0.02英寸,则可能不够柔韧或可拉伸以适应不同患者的头部尺寸。 Depending on the material used, if the thickness of the flexible lenticular lens 216 is less than about 0.02 inch, it may cause undesirable wrinkling or curling, and if the thickness of the flexible lenticular lens 216 is greater than 0.02 inches, it may not be pliable or stretchable to accommodate head sizes different patients.

[0206] 在某些实施例中,柔性双凸透镜216可以包括沿柔性双凸透镜216的外围边缘的填充凹陷260,以接收泡沫填充物220&amp;、22013(使得泡沫填物220&amp;、22013接触柔性双凸透镜近侧表面252)。 [0206] In certain embodiments, the flexible lenticular lens 216 may include along the peripheral edge of the flexible lenticular lens 216 to fill the recess 260 to receive the foam filler 220 & amp;, 22013 (so that 220 & amp foam refill;, 22013 contacts the flexible bis convex proximal surface 252). 以这种方式,填充凹陷260和泡沫填充物220a、220b可以在尺寸和/或形状上彼此大体互补。 In this manner, filling the recess 260 and the foam filler 220a, 220b may be substantially complementary to each other in size and / or shape. 在某些实施例中,填充凹陷260和泡沫填充物220a、220b可以被配置为沿着柔性双凸透镜216的整个周边边缘或其一部分延伸。 In certain embodiments, the foam filling the recess 260 and the filler 220a, 220b may be configured to extend along the entire peripheral edge of the flexible lenticular lens 216 or a portion thereof. 泡沫填充物220a、220b提供额外的舒适层和可压缩层,以改善与患者的头部的贴合性。 Foam filling 220a, 220b to provide additional comfort layer and the compressible layer to improve adhesion to the patient's head. 在某些实施例中,泡沫填充物220a、220b可以可移除地附接到柔性双凸透镜近侧表面252 (例如通过维可牢搭扣(Velcro)),使得泡沫填充物220a、220b可以是可洗的和/或可更换的。 In certain embodiments, the foam insert 220a, 220b may be removably attached to the flexible lenticular proximal surface 252 (e.g., by Velcro (a Velcro)), so that the foam filler 220a, 220b may be washable and / or replaceable.

[0207] FPCB组件214被定位于柔性帽212和柔性双凸透镜216之间。 [0207] FPCB assembly 214 is positioned between the flexible cap 212 and a flexible lenticular lens 216. 更具体地,FPCB组件214被定位在柔性帽凹部226内,使得FPCB组件远侧表面237靠近柔性帽近侧表面222。 More specifically, FPCB assembly 214 is positioned within the recessed portion 226 of the flexible cap, so that the FPCB assembly 237 close to the distal surface of the proximal surface 222 of the flexible cap. 柔性双凸透镜216被定位在FPCB组件凹部238内,使得柔性双凸透镜远侧表面254被定位成靠近FPCB组件近侧表面236。 The flexible lenticular lens 216 is positioned within the recessed portion FPCB assembly 238, such that the flexible distal surface of the lenticular lens 254 is positioned close to the proximal surface 236 FPCB assembly. 以这种方式,当柔性帽212、FPCB组件214和柔性双凸透镜216被组装在一起时,其凹部和外围边缘通常彼此对齐。 In this manner, when the flexible cap 212, FPCB and a flexible component 214 when the lenticular lens 216 are assembled together, the peripheral edge of the concave portion and generally aligned with each other. 以相同的方式,柔性帽凹部226、FPCB凹部238 和柔性双凸透镜凹部256都大致彼此对齐;柔性帽后延伸部228、FPCB组件后延伸部239和柔性双凸透镜后延伸部258都大致彼此对齐;并且柔性帽弯曲弧229a、229b和柔性双凸透镜弯曲弧259通常彼此对齐。 In the same manner, flexible cap recesses 226, FPCB recessed portion 238 and the flexible lenticular lens recessed portion 256 are substantially aligned with one another; after the flexible cap extending portion 228, extending portions 239 and a flexible lenticular lens rear FPCB assembly extending portion 258 are substantially aligned with one another; the cap and the flexible curved arcs 229a, 229b and a flexible lenticular curved arc 259 generally aligned with each other. 可以沿着柔性帽212、FPCB组件214和柔性双凸透镜216的外围边缘定位结合边缘夹221 (如图13B所示)以将它们固定在一起(例如,结合边缘夹221向内偏置)。 Can be 212, FPCB assembly 214 and a flexible peripheral edge of the lenticular lens 216 is positioned along the binding edge interposed flexible cap 221 (FIG. 13B) to hold them together (e.g., in conjunction with the edge clamp 221 inwardly biased).

[0208] 多个支架218a、218b可以包括被定位于柔性双凸透镜216的顶部处或沿着柔性双凸透镜216的顶部定位的顶部支架218a以及被定位在柔性双凸透镜216的一侧或沿着柔性双凸透镜216的一侧的侧支架218b。 [0208] a plurality of brackets 218a, 218b may comprise a flexible lenticular lens is positioned at the top 216 or the top of the bracket 216 is positioned along the top of the flexible lenticular lens 218a and is positioned on one side of the flexible lenticular lens 216 or along the flexible 218b side of the side bracket 216 of the lenticular lens. 每个支架218a、218b包括近端262和远端264。 Each bracket 218a, 218b includes a proximal end 262 and a distal end 264. 支架218a、 218b被定位在柔性双凸透镜216和FPCB组件214之间。 Bracket 218a, 218b is positioned between the lenticular lens 216 and the flexible component 214 FPCB. 在某些实施例中,支架218a、218b可以附接(例如通过粘合剂)到柔性双凸透镜216,或者可以与柔性双凸透镜216—体地形成(例如,通过与柔性双凸透镜216同时模制支架218a、218b)。 In certain embodiments, the bracket 218a, 218b may be attached (e.g. by adhesive) to the flexible lenticular lens 216, 216- or may be formed in the flexible lenticular lens material (e.g., through the flexible lenticular lens 216 are molded simultaneously bracket 218a, 218b). 更具体地,对于每个支架218a、 218b,支架近端262接触柔性双凸透镜远侧表面254 (并从中伸出),并且支架远端264可以接触FPCB组件近侧表面236,使得FPCB组件近侧表面236和柔性双凸透镜远侧表面254之间的距离不小于支架218a、218b的高度。 More specifically, for each bracket 218a, 218b, the stent 262 contacts the proximal end of the flexible distal surface of the lenticular lens 254 (and extending therefrom), and the distal end of the stent assembly FPCB 264 may contact the proximal surface 236, such that the proximal component FPCB the distance between the surface 236 and distal surface 254 of the flexible lenticular lens is not smaller than the stent 218a, 218b of the height. 支架218a、218b的高度可以大于(多个LED中的)LED的高度,以防止柔性双凸透镜远侧表面254接触LED (和/或多个LED中的任何一个)。 Bracket 218a, 218b may be greater than the height of the height (in the plurality of LED) LED to prevent the flexible distal surface 254 in contact with the lenticular LED (and / or any of a plurality of LED). 支架218a、 218b保持柔性双凸透镜远侧表面254和FPCB组件近侧表面236之间的最小距离,如下面更详细地讨论的。 Brackets 218a, 218b holding the flexible distal surface of the lenticular lens assembly 254 and the FPCB minimum distance between the proximal surface 236, as discussed in more detail below.

[0209] 图11A-1IC是FPCB组件214的视图。 [0209] FIGS. 11A-1IC FPCB are views of the assembly 214. 更具体地,图IlA是FPCB组件214的后视图,图IIB是侧截面视图,图IIC是分解视图。 More specifically, FIG. IlA FPCB is a rear view of the assembly 214, is a side cross-sectional view of FIG. IIB, IIC is an exploded view of FIG. FPCB组件214包括面板子组件240 (例如,多个互连的FPCB面板或元件)和电子子组件250。 FPCB panel assembly 214 includes a sub-assembly 240 (e.g., the panel FPCB or a plurality of interconnected elements) 250 and the electronic subassembly. 电子子组件250通过安装件266附接到面板子组件240, 安装件266也在其中容纳电子电路。 Electronic subassembly 250 through the mounting member 266 attached to the panel sub-assembly 240, 266 which are housed an electronic circuit mounting member. 安装件266包括从其底部表面延伸的多个附件,其中多个附件包括凸片268a、268b、接合插脚270、螺钉柱272、插脚插座274等。 Mounting a plurality of attachment member 266 comprises a bottom surface extending therefrom, wherein the accessory includes a plurality of tabs 268a, 268b, the engagement pin 270, screw posts 272, pin receptacle 274 and the like. 安装件266还包括延伸穿过其中的电子端口275。 Mounting member 266 further includes a port 275 extending through an electronic therein. 在某些实施例中,电子端口275可以实施为在外部电子设备或连接器与电子子组件250 (下面更详细解释)之间提供机械和电子通信的电子连接器。 In certain embodiments, the electronic interface 275 can be implemented to provide a mechanical and electrical communication between the external electronic device or the electronic connector subassembly 250 (explained in more detail below) is an electronic connector.

[0210] 电子子组件250还包括在安装件266的底表面处围绕电子端口275定位的0形环276。 [0210] Electronic subassembly 250 further includes a 0-shaped mounting member 266 at the bottom surface of the port 275 of the electron around the positioning ring 276. 电子子组件250还包括控制印刷电路板(PCB) 278,其包括用于控制面板子组件240 (以及安装到其上的LED)的操作的驱动器电路。 Electronic subassembly 250 further includes a control printed circuit board (PCB) 278, which includes a control panel sub-assembly 240 (and to the LED mounted thereon) driver circuit operation. 控制PCB278包括多个附件,包括螺钉孔280和叉孔282。 PCB278 comprises controlling a plurality of attachments, comprising a prong holes 280 and screw holes 282. 螺钉孔280容纳穿过其中的螺钉284,其延伸到安装螺钉柱272中,从而将控制PCB278 附接到安装件266的底表面(尽管可以使用任何其他合适的紧固件或附接装置)。 Screw holes 280 receive screws 284 therethrough which extends to the mounting screw posts 272, thereby attaching the bottom surface of the control PCB278 mounting member 266 (although any other suitable fasteners or attachment means). 凸片268b 和/或与其相对的脊部269通过防止控制PCB278相对于安装件266的横向移动而进一步将控制PCB278固定到安装件266 (凸片268b也可以插入到面板子组件240中的凹槽或孔中)。 Tabs 268b and / or the ridge portion 269 opposed thereto to further control the lateral movement of the mounting member 266 by preventing phase control PCB278 PCB278 266 secured to the mounting member (268b tab panel may be inserted into a groove in the sub-assembly 240 or in the holes).

[0211] 电子端口275与控制PCB278的连接器电路和柔性帽电子器件插座234 (图IOE中所示)对齐,以提供PCB电子设备连接器接入到外部电子设备(例如,计算机、智能电话等)或接入到电子连接器(例如,电源线,USB线等)以接收电力和/或电子通信(例如,指令、软件更新、操作参数、操作数据等)。 [0211] Electronic circuit connection port 275 and a flexible cap and socket PCB278 control electronics 234 (shown in FIG IOE) are aligned to provide an electronic device connector PCB access to an external electronic device (e.g., computer, smart phone, etc. ) or access to the electronic connector (e.g., power lines, USB cable, etc.) to receive power and / or electronic communications (e.g., instructions, software updates, operating parameters, operational data, etc.).

[0212] 电子子组件250进一步包括通过电池附件288 (例如,粘合剂膜、机械元件等)附接到安装件266的底表面的电池286 APCB锁定垫290定位在FPCB组件近侧表面236上并与FPCB 卡扣锁292对齐。 [0212] Electronic subassembly 250 further comprises a battery by accessory 288 (e.g., adhesive films, mechanical elements, etc.) attached to the battery mounting surface of the bottom member 266 of the locking pad 286 APCB FPCB assembly 290 is positioned on the proximal surface 236 FPCB 292 and aligned with the snap lock. FPCB卡扣锁292包括延伸穿过面板子组件240的狭槽304,穿过控制PCB叉孔282并且穿过安装插脚插座274的接合插脚294 (例如向外偏置),从而将面板子组件240、控制PCB278和安装件266彼此固定。 FPCB snap lock 292 includes a slot extending through the panel 240 of the subassembly 304, through the control PCB prong holes through the mounting pins 282 and the pin 274 engages the socket 294 (e.g. biased outwardly), thereby the panel subassembly 240 control PCB278 mounting member 266 and fixed to each other. 因此,控制PCB278和电池286被定位成彼此相邻,并且两者都接触(或者被定位成接近于)FPCB组件远侧表面237。 Accordingly, the battery control PCB278 and 286 are positioned adjacent to each other, and both are in contact with (or is positioned close to) the distal surface of the FPCB 237 assembly.

[0213] 图12A-12E示出了面板子组件(也在图IIA-11C中示出)。 [0213] FIGS. 12A-12E illustrate a panel subassembly (also shown in FIG IIA-11C). 更具体地,图12A是弯曲构造的面板子组件的底部透视图,图12B是弯曲构造的面板子组件的底部平面视图,图12C是面板子组件的截面侧视图,图12D是具有所示弯曲区域的扁平且完全展开的构造的面板子组件的顶部平面视图,而图12E是扁平且完全展开的构造的面板子组件的底部平面视图。 More specifically, FIG. 12A is a bottom perspective view of a panel subassembly curved configuration, FIG. 12B is a bottom plan view of the panel sub-assembly of curved configuration, FIG. 12C is a sectional side view of the panel sub-assembly, as shown in FIG. 12D is a curved top plan view of a flat panel and a fully expanded configuration subassembly region, and FIG. 12E is a flat and a bottom plan view of the fully expanded panel subassembly configuration.

[0214] 面板子组件240包括多个互连的FPCB面板,其能够相对于彼此弯曲和移动(例如, 沿着宽度减小的区域或使用铰链状结构)以形成不同的二面角。 [0214] sub-panel assembly 240 includes a plurality of interconnected panels FPCB, which can be moved relative to each other and curved (e.g., reducing the width or area of ​​the hinge-like structure) to form a dihedral angle different. 面板子组件240包括具有被定位于两个通槽304之间的加强件部分302的主体300 (例如,一个或更多个主体面板)。 Subassembly 240 includes a panel is positioned between two grooves 304 through the reinforcement member body 300 (e.g., one or more body panel) portion 302. 如上所述,通槽304接收FPC卡扣锁接合插脚294 (在图11A-11C中示出并在上面讨论)并且与电子子组件控制PCB叉孔282和电子子组件安装插脚插座274对齐。 As described above, through slot 304 receives the snap lock engagement pin FPC 294 (shown in FIGS. 11A-11C and discussed above) and the electronic control PCB subassembly 282 and prong holes electronic subassembly mounting pins 274 are aligned sockets.

[0215] 主体300包括大致周向地围绕主体300的外围边缘定位的多个径向延伸部分(例如,一系列相互连接的面板)。 [0215] Body 300 includes a plurality of substantially circumferentially around the radial periphery of the body 300 of the edge positioned extension portion (e.g., a series of interconnected panels). 更具体地,主体300包括前延伸部306、后延伸部324 (与前延伸部306相对地延伸)、左延伸部328a (位于前延伸部306和后延伸部324之间和左侧)、右延伸部328b (位于前延伸部分306和后延伸部分324之间和右侧)、左前延伸部分332a (位于前延伸部分306和左延伸部分328a之间)、左后延伸部分338a (位于后延伸部324和左延伸部328a 之间)、右前延伸部332b (位于前延伸部306和右延伸部328b之间)以及右后延伸部338b (位于后延伸部324和右延伸部328b之间)。 More specifically, the body 300 includes a front extending portion 306, extending rear portion 324 (opposite the front extension portion 306 extends), a left extension portion 328a (located between extending portion 324 and the left front 306 and the rear extension portion), and right extending portion 328b (located on the front and rear extending portions 306 extending between portion 324 and the right), the left front extension portion 332a (located on the front extending portion 306 extending between the portion 328a and the left), a left rear extension portion 338a (extending rear portion 324 extending between the left portion and 328a), right front extending portion 332b (positioned extending between the front portion 306 and the right extending portion 328b) and a right rear extension portion 338b (extending between the rear portion 324 and the right extending portion 328b). 每个延伸部分可以包括通过弯曲区域分开以允许弯曲或在其间允许的其它相对移动(例如,形成变化的二面角)的一个或更多个面板。 Each extension portion may include a curved region are separated by allowing bending or other relative movement therebetween is allowed (e.g., formed a dihedral angle changes) one or more panels.

[0216] 前延伸部306在近端附接到主体300,并且其远端(与近端相对)包括加强件部分308和电容式触摸有源垫322。 [0216] front extension portion 306 attached to body 300 at the proximal end and its distal end (opposite the proximal end) portion includes a reinforcement member 308 and a capacitive touch pad 322 active. 加强件部分308设置在远侧表面237 (例如,顶部表面)处,并且电容式触摸有源垫322设置在近侧表面236 (例如,底部表面)处,加强件部分308和电容式触摸有源垫322相对但彼此对齐。 Stiffener portion 308 is provided on the distal surface 237 (e.g., top surface), and a capacitive touch pad 322 disposed proximally of the active surface 236 (e.g., bottom surface), the reinforcement portion 308 and a capacitive touch Active mat 322 aligned with one another but opposite. 前延伸部306还包括附接在前延伸部306的远端的左侧的左侧翼片312a以及附接在前延伸部306的远端的右侧的右翼片312b。 Front extension portion 306 further includes a front attachment tab left side distal end 312a of the left extending portion 306 and a distal end attached to the front right side of the right extending portion 306 of the sheet 312b.

[0217] 电容接头(capacitive tab) 316通过颈部318附接到前延伸部306的远端。 [0217] linker capacitor (capacitive tab) 316 that extends through the distal portion 306 of the front neck portion 318 is attached. 电容接头316包括在远侧表面237上的加强件部分320和在近侧表面236上的信号保护件310,其中加强件部分320和信号保护件310被设置为彼此相对但彼此对齐。 Capacitance joint 316 includes a distal surface on the reinforcing member 237 and signal portion 320 on the proximal surface of the protector 236 310, wherein the stiffener portion 320 and a signal 310 is provided to the protective member relative to each other but aligned with each other. 电容接头316可以通过颈部318向外弯曲,使得电容接头加强件部分320和前延伸加强件部分308彼此接触。 Capacitor 316 via the joint neck portion 318 is bent outwardly, so that the capacitance of the joint stiffener 320 and a front portion extending reinforcement member portion 308 contact each other. 在这样的构造中,电容接头加强件部分320、信号保护件310、前延伸加强件部分308和前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322彼此对齐。 In such a configuration, the capacitance joint stiffener portion 320, signal protection member 310, extending front reinforcement member 308 and a front portion extending active capacitive touch pad 322 aligned with each other. 在可选实施例中,电容接头316可以通过颈部318向内弯曲。 In an alternative embodiment, capacitor 316 may be bent by a neck joint 318 inwardly. 在这样的配置中,延伸加强件部分308和电容接头加强件部分320可以沿着近侧表面布置,前延伸件306可以在远侧表面处包括信号保护件,并且电容接头316可以在远侧表面处包括电容式触摸有源垫。 In such a configuration, the extending portion 308 and a reinforcing member reinforcing connection capacitance element portion 320 may be disposed along the proximal surface, the front extension signal 306 may be protected at the surface comprises a distal member, and the capacitance of the distal surface 316 may linker comprising active at a capacitive touch pad.

[0218] 后延伸部324在近端附接到主体300,并且在远端处包括左翼片326a和右翼片326b。 After the [0218] extending portion 324 at a proximal end attached to the body 300, and includes a left flap and right flap 326a at the distal end 326b. 左延伸部328a在近端处附接到主体300并且在远端处包括前向翼片330a。 Left extension portion 328a attached to the body 300 and the fins 330a before the distal end comprises at the proximal end. 右延伸部328b在近端附接到主体300,并且在远端包括前向翼片330b。 Right extension portion 328b at the proximal end is attached to the main body 300, and 330b to the distal end includes a tab before. 左前延伸部332a在近端附接到主体300,并且在远端包括前向翼片334a和后向翼片336a。 Left front extension portion 332a at a proximal end attached to the body 300, and includes a rear distal end prior to the flap 334a and 336a of the flap. 左后延伸部338a在近端附接到主体300,并且在远端包括后向翼片340a。 Left rear extension portion 338a at a proximal end attached to the body 300, and the flap comprises the distal end 340a after. 右前延伸部332b在近端附接到主体300,并且在远端包括前向翼片334b和后向翼片336b。 Right front extension portion 332b at the proximal end is attached to the main body 300, and the flap 336b to 334b ​​and the rear flap comprising a distal end before. 右后延伸部338b在近端附接到主体300,并且在远端包括后向翼片340b。 Right rear extension portion 338b at the proximal end is attached to the main body 300, and 340b to the distal end includes a tab after.

[0219] 延伸部和翼片可以各自包括一个或更多个面板和/或弯曲区域352a、352b。 [0219] extending portion and each flap may comprise one or more panels and / or curved region 352a, 352b. 更具体地说,如图12D所示,延伸部和翼片可以各自包括一个或更多个水平弯曲区域352a (例如,横向于主体300的半径弯曲)。 More specifically, as shown in FIG. 12D, and the flap extension portion may each include one or more horizontal bending region 352a (e.g., transverse to the bending radius of the body 300). 每个延伸部的至少一部分可以通过垂直弯曲区域352b (沿着主体300的半径弯曲)连接到相应翼片的至少一部分。 At least a portion of each extending portion may be (along the radius of the curved body 300) is connected to at least a portion of the respective flap by a vertical curved region 352b. 弯曲区域352a、352b允许面板子组件240 符合患者的头部的形状(例如,垂直弯曲区域352b使面板子组件240与患者的头部的圆周一致)。 Bending regions 352a, 352b to allow the panel sub-assembly 240 conforms to the shape of the head of the patient (e.g., vertical bending region 352b of the panel subassembly 240 coincides with the circumference of the head of the patient). 翼片可沿着翼片的整个侧面或其一部分附接到其相应的延伸部分。 The flap may be attached to their respective side extends along the entire portion or a part of the flap is attached.

[0220] 面板子组件240在其近侧表面236上包括多个保留区域(keep-outareas) 350a、 350b。 [0220] panel assembly 240 includes a plurality of sub-reserved area (keep-outareas) 350a, 350b on the proximal surface 236 thereof. 当FPCB组件214和柔性双凸透镜216组装在一起时,保留区域350a、350b通常与多个支架218a、218b的远端264对齐(并且比其更大),以保护面板子组件240的电路,并且防止支架218a、218b接触安装到面板组件240的发光器。 When the FPCB 214 and the flexible lenticular lens assembly 216 are assembled together, a reserved area 350a, 350b generally 218a, 218b of distal end 264 is aligned (and greater than) with a plurality of brackets, in order to protect the panel subassembly circuit 240, and preventing 218a, 218b in contact with the light emitting panel assembly mounted to the bracket 240. 更具体地说,顶部保留区域350a与顶部支架218a对齐并接触,且侧面保留区域350b与侧面支架218b对齐并接触。 More specifically, the top of the reserve area 350a and 218a are aligned and in contact with the top bracket, and the side stand reserved areas 350b and 218b are aligned and in contact with the side surface. 在某些实施例中,面板子组件240可以包括密封剂层。 In certain embodiments, the panel 240 may include a sub-assembly sealant layer.

[0221] 图12F-12H示出了电容器。 [0221] FIG. 12F-12H illustrate a capacitor. 更具体地说,图12F是柔性印刷电路板(FPCB)的横截面视图,该柔性印刷电路板结合了用于在FPCB折叠之前(在弯曲箭头C的方向上,沿着折叠线AA)制造电容器以及粘合电容器元件的元件。 More specifically, FIG. 12F is a cross-sectional view of a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB), which incorporates the flexible printed circuit board FPCB prior to folding (bending in the direction of arrow C along fold lines AA) for producing a capacitor and a bonding element of a capacitor element. 图12F示出布置在FPCB306 (其可以实施在前部延伸板中)的覆盖层305A和载体(例如,聚酰亚胺)层305B之间的铜层305C,电容式触摸有源垫322和信号保护件310还被安装到FPCB306(还优选地在载体层305B的第一表面上方,并且与由铜层305A形成的迹线电连通)。 12F shows the arrangement in FIG. FPCB306 (which may be embodied in the front extension plate portion) 305A and a carrier cover layer (e.g., polyimide) layer between the copper layer 305C 305B, capacitive touch pad 322 and an active signal the protective member 310 is also mounted to FPCB306 (preferably also above the first surface of the carrier layer 305B, and electrically communicates with the traces formed by the copper layer 305A). 沿着载体层305B的第二表面设置前延伸加强件部分308 和电容接头加强件部分320,分别靠近信号保护件310和电容式触摸有源垫322。 Extending along the support surface 305B of the front layer of the second reinforcing portion 308 and the capacitance element portion 320 joint reinforcement member, respectively, close to the signal protection member 310 and a capacitive touch pad 322 active. 当沿着折叠线AA在弯曲箭头C的方向折叠FPCB时,粘合剂(或双面胶带)325沿着一个或更多个加强件部分308、320进行布置,以在其间提供不导电的粘合。 When the FPCB is folded in the direction of arrow C along a curved fold line AA, adhesive (or double-sided tape) 325 arranged along one or more stiffener portion 308,320, therebetween to provide a non-conductive adhesive co. 图12G是在FPCB306折叠和加强件部分(或间隔元件)308、320之间的粘合之后由图12F中所示的FPCB306和元件制造的电容器353 的横截面视图。 FIG 12G is a cross-sectional view after the bonding between the reinforcement and the 308,320 FPCB306 folded portions (or spacer element) manufactured by FPCB306 and elements shown in FIG. 12F capacitor 353. 在某些实施例中,在折叠线AA的前方延伸的FPCB306的一部分可以实施与FPCB306的其余部分连续的电容接头316。 In certain embodiments, the front portion of the fold line AA may extend FPCB306 embodiment FPCB306 continuous with the rest of the capacitance of joint 316. 在其他实施例中,电容接头316可以实施为相对于FPCB306不连续的第二FPCB面板。 In other embodiments, the linker 316 may be implemented as a capacitance with respect to the second FPCB FPCB306 discontinuous panels.

[0222] 在某些实施例中,图12G所示的电容器353包括前延伸部306 (其可以实施在前延伸面板、第一FPCB面板、第一FPCB元件等中)、前延伸加强件部分308 (例如,第一加强件部分)、 前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322 (例如,电容性垫)、载体层305B (其可以实施在电容性接头316 或电容性接头面板、第二FPCB面板、第二FPCB元件等中)、电容接头加强件部分320 (例如,第二加强件部分)、信号保护件310 (例如信号接地口)以及定位在前部延伸加强件部分308与电容接头加强件部分320之间的粘合剂(或双面胶带)325。 [0222] In certain embodiments, the capacitor shown in FIG. 12G 353 includes a front extension portion 306 (which may extend the front panel embodiment, the first FPCB panel, a first element, etc. FPCB), the front portion 308 extending reinforcement member (e.g., the first reinforcement member portion), an active front extending capacitive touch pad 322 (e.g., a capacitive mat), the carrier layer 305B (which may be implemented in a capacitive connector fitting 316 or capacitive panel, a second panel FPCB, the second FPCB like element), the capacitance joint stiffener portion 320 (e.g., the second reinforcement member portion), signal protection member 310 (e.g., signal ground port) and the positioning portion extending front reinforcement member reinforcement member portion 308 and the capacitor linker portion adhesive (or double-sided tape) between 320 325. 前延伸加强件部分308、电容接头加强件部分320和粘合剂(或双面胶带)325在前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322与信号保护件310之间提供非导电分离。 Reinforcement member extending front portion 308, the capacitor portion 320 and the joint stiffener adhesive (or double-sided tape) 325 extending in front of the active capacitive touch pad 322 to provide a non-conductive separator between the member 310 and the protection signal. 如图12G所示,载体层305B(例如,0.1至1.5mm厚)、前部延伸加强件部分308 (例如0.25至2.5mm厚)、电容接头加强件部分320 (例如0.25至2.5_厚)和粘合剂(或双面胶带)325 (例如,0.01至0.25mm)—起限定前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322与信号保护件310之间的距离(例如,下面的等式1中的预定距离d),其对应于预定的电容值,如下所示: As shown, the carrier layer 305B (e.g., 0.1 to 1.5mm thick), the front portion 308 extending reinforcement member (e.g., 0.25 to 2.5mm thick). 12G, the capacitor joint stiffener portion 320 (e.g., a thickness of 0.25 to 2.5_) and adhesive (or double-sided tape) 325 (e.g., 0.01 to 0.25mm) - extending from the front defines the distance between the capacitive touch signals 322 and 310 protect the active pad member (e.g., in equation 1 below a predetermined the distance d), which corresponds to a predetermined capacitance value, as follows:

Figure CN108136199AD00281

[0224] 在等式1中,L是导电元件的长度,W是导电元件的宽度,Er是相对介电常数,并且d 是导电元件之间的电介质厚度。 [0224] In Equation 1, L is the length of the conductive element, W is the width of the conductive elements, Er is the relative dielectric constant, and d is the dielectric thickness between the conductive elements. 在一个实施例中,长度约为3.0厘米,宽度约为2.0厘米,且厚度约为0.75至1.00毫米。 In one embodiment, a length of about 3.0 cm, a width of about 2.0 cm and a thickness of about 0.75 to 1.00 mm. 这为电容器353提供了约25至33pF的电容。 This provides about 25 to 33pF capacitance of the capacitor 353. 在某些实施例中,信号保护件310可具有超过前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322的横向尺寸20%至40%的横向尺寸(例如,宽度)。 In certain embodiments, the signal protection member 310 may have a front extending over the active capacitive touch pad 322 of the transverse dimension of 20-40% of the transverse dimension (e.g., width). 第一FPCB面板和第二FPCB面板可以包括聚酰亚胺,并且第一加强件部分和第二加强件部分可以具有介于2.5与5之间(例如介于4与4.5之间)的介电常数, A first FPCB and the second FPCB panel panel may include polyimide, and a first portion and a second reinforcement member reinforcement member portion may have a dielectric between 2.5 and 5 (e.g. between 4 and 4.5) of constant,

[0225] 需要注意的是,可以使用单个加强件来代替两个加强件。 [0225] Note that, a single reinforcing member instead of the two reinforcement members. 例如,前延伸加强件部分308可以是厚度的两倍,使得不需要电容接头加强件部分320。 For example, the front extension portion reinforcement member 308 may be twice the thickness, so that no linker capacitance stiffener portion 320. 加强件(例如非导电间隔件) 可以是任何非导电材料(例如,泡沫、PCB等),并且可以通过紧固件或粘合剂(例如,胶水、胶带等等)附接到它们各自的FPCB元件。 Reinforcement member (e.g., a non-conductive spacer) may be any non-conductive material (e.g., foam, PCB, etc.), and may be attached to their respective FPCB by fasteners or adhesive (e.g., glue, tape, etc.) element. 粘合剂325可以施加在前延伸加强件部分308和/或电容接头加强件部分320的至少一部分上。 Adhesive 325 may be applied to the front portion 308 extending reinforcement member and / or capacitive connection reinforcing member at least a part of the portion 320. 另外,可以使用任何类型的粘合剂325 (例如,双面胶带、胶水等),并且可以使用除粘合剂325之外的其他类型的附接件,例如紧固件(例如螺钉、钉子等)。 Further, any type of adhesive 325 (e.g., double-sided tape, glue, etc.), and may use other types of attachment member 325. In addition to the binder, such as fasteners (e.g., screws, nails, etc. ). 在这种情况下,可以省略粘合剂325。 In this case, the adhesive 325 may be omitted.

[0226] 在某些实施例中,电容器353可以用作接近传感器(例如,电容式传感器),使得光疗设备210可以通过电容和/或电压的变化(例如,由于与接近患者的皮肤的电场的相互作用)来确定光疗设备210是否靠近患者的前额。 [0226] In certain embodiments, capacitor 353 may be used as a proximity sensor (e.g., a capacitive sensor), so that the light therapy device 210 can change the capacitance and / or voltage (e.g., due to the proximity of the electric field of the patient's skin interaction) to determine whether the phototherapy device 210 close to the patient's forehead. 在某些实施例中,患者的皮肤可以在短的距离远离而不需要接触电容器353的情况下改变电容(和所产生的电压)。 Change in the capacitance (and the generated voltage) in the case in certain embodiments, may be remote from the patient's skin at a short distance without contact capacitor 353.

[0227] 作为柔性电路的面板子组件240的面板非常薄(例如,约0.10mm或更小)。 [0227] As the panel sub-assembly of the flexible circuit panel 240 is very thin (e.g., about 0.10mm or less). 由于电容太高,该厚度通常太薄而不能为接近传感器提供适当的电容值。 Since the capacitance is too high, the thickness is generally too thin to provide adequate capacitance value for the proximity sensor. 因此,折叠电容接头316使信号保护件310与前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322对齐,并且其间的最小距离由前延伸加强件部分308、电容接头加强件部分320和/或粘合剂(其优选实施电介质材料)325保持。 Thus, folding the capacitance of the signal connector 316 and the protective member 310 extending in the front active capacitive touch pad 322 are aligned, and a minimum distance therebetween extending from the front portion of the reinforcement member 308, the joint stiffener capacitor portion 320 and / or the adhesive (which preferred embodiment of a dielectric material) 325 held. 因此,在这两个导电板(例如,信号保护件310和前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322)之间产生更大的距离,并且电容值被修改。 Thus, the two conductive plates (e.g., signal protection member 310 and a front extending active capacitive touch pad 322) a greater distance, and the capacitance value is modified. 可选地,可以通过在两个板(例如,信号保护件310与前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322)之间添加材料层(例如,双面胶带325)来进一步调整电容值,其中这样添加的材料优选用作电介质。 Alternatively, the two plates can be added between the material layers (e.g., double-sided tape 325) further adjusting the capacitance value (e.g., signal protection member 310 and the front extension active capacitive touch pad 322), wherein this add It is preferably used as the dielectric material.

[0228] 在某些实施例中,电容器353提供双向感测功能,使得只有前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322的电容由于其皮肤的接近而改变。 [0228] In certain embodiments, the capacitor 353 provides bi-directional sensing function, such that only the active front extending capacitive touch pad 322 due to the proximity of its capacitance changes of the skin. 在某些实施例中,信号保护件310可以被配置为以与前延伸电容式触摸有源衬垫322的极性相反的极性被驱动,并且信号保护件310的尺寸可以比前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322的尺寸更大以延伸超出前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322的边缘。 In certain embodiments, the signal protection member 310 may be configured to extend polarity active before the capacitive touch pad 322 is driven in the opposite polarity, and the size signal protection member 310 may extend over the previous condenser active touch pad 322 is larger in the front extension extends beyond the edge of the capacitive touch pad 322 is active. 这确保了皮肤到信号保护件310的接近度不会改变前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322的电容。 This ensures the protection of the skin to the proximity signal 310 does not extend before changing the capacitance of capacitive touch pad 322 active. 换句话说,前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322被配置为感测源自光疗设备210内部的电容变化(由于皮肤接近),并且信号保护件310防止检测到错误的接近信号(例如,源自由于光疗设备210外部的源引起的电容变化)。 In other words, an active front extending capacitive touch pad 322 is configured to sense a change in capacitance from the inside of the light therapy device 210 (due to the proximity of the skin), and the protective member 310 prevents the signal error is detected proximity signal (e.g., from a change in capacitance due to external light therapy device 210 caused by the source). 这防止了触摸光疗设备210的外部(例如,电容接头316)的患者触发光疗设备210的操作。 This prevents external light therapy apparatus 210 of the touch (e.g., capacitor 316 linker) patient trigger operation of light therapy device 210. 光疗设备210将仅由于佩戴光疗设备210而被触发(例如,因为患者的皮肤将修改电容器353的电容)。 The light therapy device 210 due to wear only light therapy device 210 is triggered (e.g., because the patient's skin to modify the capacitance of the capacitor 353). 前延伸信号保护件310可以与铜一起图案化(例如以阴影、网格等)以形成法拉第笼,以使前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322 (其可以包括连续的(例如,实心的铜)导电表面)绝缘。 Before the extension member 310 may be associated with signal protection with patterned copper (hatched e.g., mesh, etc.) to form a Faraday cage, such that the former extends active capacitive touch pad 322 (which may comprise a continuous (e.g., solid copper) electrically conductive surface) of the insulation.

[0229] 图12H示出了电容器353 (或接近传感器)的电路354。 [0229] FIG 12H shows a capacitor 353 (or a proximity sensor) circuit 354. 电路354包括可以是集成电路(IC)的电容式触摸控制器355 (例如,微控制器)。 Circuit 354 may include an integrated circuit (IC) capacitive touch controller 355 (e.g., a microcontroller). 电路354可以连接到前延伸电容式触摸有源垫322、信号保护件310以及电源电路356 (包括正电源电压和接地)。 Circuit 354 may be connected to an active front extending capacitive touch pad 322, the signal 310 and a power supply protection circuit 356 (includes a positive supply voltage and ground). 此外,电路354可以连接到一个或更多个数据源357 (例如,串行数据线(SDA)、串行时钟线(SCL)等)以及中断358 (INT)。 In addition, circuit 354 may be connected to one or more data sources 357 (e.g., a serial data line (the SDA), a serial clock line (SCL), etc.) and an interrupt 358 (INT). 当中断358被触发时,中断358向主板发送信号以使主板从休眠状态(例如,为了省电)进入活动状态。 358 When an interrupt is triggered, it transmits an interrupt signal to the motherboard 358 to enable the board from a sleep state (e.g., for power saving) enters the active state. 在活动状态下,主板可以检查无线(例如,蓝牙)信号和/或电连接,检查账户(例如,状态),和/或启用光疗设备210的操作。 In the active state, the wireless board can be checked (e.g., Bluetooth) signals and / or electrical connection, check account (e.g., state), and / or operation of light therapy device 210 is enabled. 在某些实施例中,电路354可保持连续活动的并向控制器提供反馈,使得当电压和/或电容诸如由于电容器353的电容变化超过预定值(例如,在12_50pF之间)时触发中断358。 In certain embodiments, the controller circuit 354 may remain continuously active to provide feedback, such that when the voltage and / or the capacitance of the capacitor 353, such as a change in capacitance due exceeds a predetermined value (e.g., between 12_50pF) triggering an interrupt 358 . 在某些实施例中,可以经由电容式触摸控制器355来调整灵敏度阈值。 In certain embodiments, the sensitivity threshold value may be adjusted via the capacitive touch controller 355.

[0230] 图13A和13B示出佩戴和使用图IOA-1OE的光疗设备210的患者。 Patients [0230] FIGS. 13A and 13B show wear and FIG IOA-1OE phototherapy device 210. 更具体地,图13A是佩戴光疗设备210的患者的前视图,而图13B是佩戴光疗设备210的患者的横截面侧视图。 More specifically, FIG. 13A is a front view of a patient wearing the phototherapy device 210, and FIG 13B is a cross-section of a patient wearing the phototherapy device 210 side. 如图所示,光疗设备210的前部定位在患者眼睛的上方,而光疗设备210的后部(例如,后部延伸部)沿着头部的下背部延伸,使得光疗设备210的前部底部边缘和后部底部边缘在使用时处于两个不同的高度。 As shown, the front portion of light therapy device 210 is positioned over the patient's eye, while the rear portion (e.g., a rear extension portion) of light therapy device 210 extends back along the head portion, such that the front portion of the bottom of the phototherapy equipment 210 a rear edge and a bottom edge at two different heights during use. 这允许光疗设备210增加光疗设备210的覆盖区域以覆盖患者360的头皮的期望的头发生成区域。 This phototherapy device 210 allows to increase the coverage area 210 of light therapy apparatus 360 of the patient's scalp to cover the desired area of ​​hair generation. 如上所讨论的,柔性帽212、FPCB组件214和柔性双凸透镜216 的尺寸和形状可以调节(例如,周长可以变化)以适应各种用户。 As discussed above, flexible cap 212, the size and shape of the FPCB 214 and the flexible lenticular lens assembly 216 can be adjusted (e.g., perimeter may be varied) to accommodate various users. 例如,内周长可以在54厘米到64厘米内变化。 For example, the perimeter can be varied within 54 cm to 64 cm.

[0231] 在使用中,光疗设备210的LED向患者360的头皮362提供治疗性的光发射。 [0231] In use, phototherapy LED 210 provides a light emitting device to the patient a therapeutic scalp of 362,360. 更具体地,安装在FPCB组件近侧表面236上的LED的光传输通过柔性双凸透镜216,这使光发射散焦以增加光发射在患者头皮362上的均匀分布。 More specifically, assembly mounted on the proximal surface 236 of the FPCB LED light transmitted through the flexible lenticular lens 216, which makes the light emitting defocused to increase light emission uniformly distributed on the patient's scalp 362. 尽管在某些实施例中使用柔性双凸透镜216, 但是可以使用包括漫射器的其他透光材料或层。 Although the use of a flexible lenticular lens 216] In certain embodiments, may be used, or other light-transmissive material layer comprises a diffuser. 为了最佳的光发射分布和性能(例如,避免将LED定位得离柔性双凸透镜216太远或太近),柔性双凸透镜216优选地被定位在距LED的预定距离处,并且在患者的头皮362和LED (例如,LED产生的热量)之间保持安全距离。 For optimum performance and light emission distribution (e.g., an LED positioned to avoid the flexible lenticular lens 216 is too far away from or too close), the flexible lenticular lens 216 is preferably positioned at a predetermined distance from the LED, and the patient's scalp 362 and an LED (e.g., the heat generated by the LED) to maintain a safe distance between. 该距离(例如,在某些实施例中,LED与柔性双凸透镜216之间3.5_)由多个支架218a、218b保持, 其中重力自然地促使FPCB组件214朝向柔性双凸透镜216并且多个支架218a、218b接触FPCB 组件214以保持其间的最小距离(用于LED保护,用于光学优化,和/或用于从患者的头皮热分尚)。 The distance (e.g., in some embodiments, LED between the flexible lenticular lens 216 3.5_), 218b held by a plurality of brackets 218a, wherein gravity naturally causes the flexible FPCB assembly 214 toward the lenticular lens 216 and a plurality of brackets 218a , the contact 218b FPCB assembly 214 to maintain a minimum distance therebetween (for LED protection for optical optimization, and / or for dividing the scalp is still hot from the patient).

[0232] 在某些实施例中,LED可提供诸如约620nm至660nm和/或660nm至670nm等的一个或更多个峰值波长(例如,红光发射和/或蓝光发射)等。 [0232] In certain embodiments, LED may be provided, such as from about 620nm to 660nm and / or 660nm to 670nm or more like a peak wavelength (e.g., red light emitting and / or blue light emitting) and the like. 例如,多个LED可以包括生成大约420nm 和620nm、或者420nm 和660nm、或者420nm、625nm 和660nm 的峰值波长的LED。 For example, the LED may comprise a plurality of generating about 620 nm and 420nm, and 660nm or 420nm, or 420nm, 625nm and 660nm peak wavelength of the LED.

[0233] 图14A-14D是包装和光疗设备的视图。 [0233] FIGS. 14A-14D are views of the packaging device and phototherapy. 更具体地,图14A是包含光疗设备的包装的上部透视图。 More specifically, FIG. 14A is an upper perspective view of a package comprising a light therapy apparatus. 图14B是在将顶部覆盖物从底盖移除之后的包装和光疗设备的分解透视图(为了说明的目的,顶部覆盖物是透明的)。 FIG 14B is an exploded perspective view of a packaging and phototherapy device after the cover is removed from the top of the bottom cover (for purposes of illustration, the top cover is transparent). 图14C是具有图14A和14B的光疗设备的包装的分解视图(为了说明的目的,顶部覆盖物是透明的)。 14C is a package of FIGS. 14A and 14B is an exploded view of a phototherapy apparatus (for purposes of illustration, the top cover is transparent). 图14D是包装的光疗设备的侧横截面视图。 FIG 14D is a side packing apparatus phototherapy cross-sectional view. 包装的设备400包括顶部覆盖物402、底盖404、其间的充电底座406以及位于底盖404与充电底座406之间的附件盒408,其中光疗设备410被定位于充电底座406上在充电底座406和顶部覆盖物402之间。 The packaging device 400 includes a top cover 402, bottom cover 404, and between the charging cradle 406 positioned between the attachment housing 404 and charging base 406 of the bottom cover 408, wherein the phototherapy device 410 is positioned on the charging base charging cradle 406 at 406 between 402 and the top cover.

[0234] 顶部覆盖物402可以被设置成各种形状和尺寸。 [0234] Top cover 402 may be provided in various shapes and sizes. 在某些实施例中,顶部覆盖物402 可以包括顶壁412,顶壁412具有从其周边向下延伸的侧壁416。 In certain embodiments, the top cover 402 may include a top wall 412, a top wall 412 having a peripheral sidewall 416 extending downwardly therefrom. 在某些实施例中,侧壁可以包括线孔418以接收穿过其中的电子连接器以与光疗设备410连接。 In certain embodiments, the sidewall 418 may include a line aperture therethrough to receive an electronic connector to connect the device 410 phototherapy. 在某些实施例中,顶部覆盖物402可以包括位于顶部覆盖物402的开口附近(但有距离)的一个或更多个定位翼片420,以提供足够的间隙来接收底盖404的一部分。 In certain embodiments, the top cover 402 may include an opening located near the top of the cover 402 (but from) one or more positioning tab 420 to provide sufficient clearance to receive a portion of the bottom cover 404. 定位翼片420帮助稳定光疗设备410并防止其横向移动。 Positioning tab 420 to help stabilize the phototherapy device 410 and prevent lateral movement. 在某些实施例中,顶部覆盖物402可以包括具有底壁424和从其周边向上延伸的侧壁426的插入件422。 In certain embodiments, the top cover 402 may include a bottom wall 424 having a peripheral side wall and extending upwardly from the insert 426 422. 插入件422在其大致中心处包括间隙孔428,以在其中接收光疗设备410的顶部的一部分。 The insert 422 includes at its approximate center a clearance hole 428 to receive therein a portion of the top of the light therapy apparatus 410. 因此,顶部覆盖物插入件422防止光疗设备410的横向移动,并且将光疗设备410固定在插入件422和充电底座406之间。 Thus, the top cover 422 prevent lateral movement of the insert phototherapy device 410, and the light therapy device 410 is fixed between the insert 406 and charging base 422.

[0235] 底盖404可以设置成各种形状和尺寸。 [0235] The bottom cover 404 may be provided in various shapes and sizes. 底盖404可以包括底壁430,底壁430具有从其周边向上延伸的侧壁432。 The bottom cover 404 may include a bottom wall 430, a bottom wall 430 having a peripheral sidewall 432 extending upwardly therefrom. 在某些实施例中,底盖404可包括插入件434,插入件434具有底壁436、沿其外周边的外壁438和沿其内周边的并且限定内部孔442 (延伸穿过底壁436)的内壁440。 In certain embodiments, the bottom cover 404 may include an insert 434, the insert 434 has a bottom wall 436, along the outer periphery of the outer wall 438 and along the inner periphery thereof and defining an internal bore 442 (extending through the bottom wall 436) the inner wall 440. 在某些实施例中,插入件外壁438可以比底盖侧壁432更高,使得插入件外壁438接触顶部覆盖物侧壁416的内部(以摩擦地将顶部覆盖物402固定到其上并防止在其间的横向移动)。 In certain embodiments, the insert 438 may be higher than the outer wall of the sidewall of the bottom cover 432, so that the top cover 438 contacts an outer wall of the insert within the interior of side wall 416 (in the top cover 402 frictionally secured thereto and to prevent lateral movement therebetween). 底盖插入件内壁440可以在其中接收附件箱408 (以将附件箱408摩擦地固定到其中并防止在其间的横向移动)。 The bottom cover 440 may insert the inner wall of the accessory box 408 receiving therein (in the accessory case 408 and frictionally secured thereto to prevent lateral movement therebetween). 附件箱408可以包括顶篷包、USB电缆、AC适配器等。 Box 408 may include roof accessory bag, USB cable, AC adapter and the like.

[0236] 图15A-15D是充电底座406的视图。 [0236] FIGS. 15A-15D are views of the base 406 of the charging. 更具体地说,图15A是包装的光疗设备的充电底座的上部透视图,图15B是充电底座的下部透视图,图15C是充电底座的侧视图,图15D是充电底座的顶部平面视图。 More specifically, FIG. 15A is an upper perspective view of a charging base of the package phototherapy device, FIG. 15B is a lower perspective view of the charging base, FIG. 15C is a side view of a charging base, FIG. 15D is a top plan view of the charging stand. 充电底座406可包括与底盖插入件外壁438的形状互补的基座444 (以摩擦地将充电底座406固定到其上并防止在其间的横向移动)。 Charging cradle 406 may include a shape complementary to the outer wall of the base member 438 is inserted into the bottom cover 444 (to the charging base 406 frictionally secured thereto and to prevent lateral movement therebetween). 在某些实施例中,充电底座406可以包括在基座444的前边缘中的凹口446,以便于从底盖404移除充电底座406 (在图14A-14D中示出并在上面讨论)。 In certain embodiments, charging base 406 may include a notch 444 in the front edge of the base 446, to 406 (shown in FIGS. 14A-14D and discussed above) in the bottom cover 404 is removed from the charging cradle . 在某些实施例中,充电底座406可以包括从充电底座406的底表面延伸的一个或更多个底脚448。 In certain embodiments, the charging base charging cradle 406 may include a bottom surface 406 extending from the foot 448 or more. 底脚448可以与基座444一体形成或附接到基座444。 448 feet can be integrally formed with the base 444 or 444 attached to the base.

[0237] 基座444具有大致与光疗设备410的近侧表面的形状一致的波形顶部452 (例如,凸起的顶部),并且基座444可以包括唇缘450,该唇缘450与光疗设备的周边边缘410大致一致。 [0237] base 444 having a shape substantially coincides with the proximal surface 410 of light therapy apparatus 452 at the top of the waveform (e.g., convex top), and the base 444 may include a lip 450, the lip 450 and the phototherapy device the peripheral edge 410 is substantially the same. 因此,充电底座406的波状顶部452和唇缘450在放置于其上时稳定光疗设备410。 Accordingly, the top 406 of charging base 452 and the contoured lip 450 is placed in a stable light therapy device 410 thereon. 此外, 波状顶部452在由波状顶部452限定的内部内接收附件箱408。 In addition, the wavy top box 452 receives the accessory 408 within the interior 452 defined by the top corrugated. 充电底座406可用于在不使用时和/或充电时保持光疗设备410,从而以受保护的方式支撑光疗设备410并防止其形状变形。 Charging cradle 406 may be used to maintain phototherapy apparatus 410 when not in use and / or charging, thereby protected supported phototherapy device 410 and to prevent deformation of the shape thereof. 在某些实施例中,充电底座406可以在光疗设备410被定位于其上时提供通过波状顶部452对光疗设备410的无线感应充电。 In certain embodiments, the charging cradle 406 may be provided through the top charge 452 corrugated wireless inductive light treatment device 410 when the light therapy apparatus 410 is positioned thereon.

[0238] 本领域技术人员将认识到对本公开的优选实施例的改进和修改。 [0238] Those skilled in the art will recognize improvements and modifications to the present disclosure of the preferred embodiment. 所有这样的改进和修改被认为落入本文公开的概念和随后的权利要求的范围内。 All such improvements and modifications are considered within the scope of the concepts disclosed herein and the claims that follow.

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1. 一种用于将光发射递送到患者的头皮的光疗设备,所述光疗设备包括: 柔性印刷电路板(FPCB),所述柔性印刷电路板包括近侧表面,所述近侧表面支撑在所述近侧表面上方具有发射器高度的至少一个发光设备,其中,所述FPCB包括多个互连面板和被限定在所述多个互连面板中的至少一些互连面板中的以及所述至少一些互连面板之间的多个弯曲区域,以便允许所述FPCB提供凹形形状以覆盖患者的颅顶的至少一部分; 至少一个透光层,所述至少一个透光层被布置成靠近所述FPCB并且被配置为透射由所述至少一个发光设备产生的至少一些光发射;以及多个支架,所述多个支架被配置为布置在所述FPCB与患者的头皮之间,其中,所述多个支架中的至少一些支架包括超过所述发射器高度的支架高度。 1. A method for emitting light delivered to the patient's scalp phototherapy apparatus, the phototherapy apparatus comprising: a flexible printed circuit board (the FPCB), the flexible printed circuit board includes a proximal surface, said proximal surface of the support in at least one light emitting device over the proximal surface having a transmitter height, wherein the FPCB comprising a plurality of interconnected panels and is defined in said at least some of the plurality of interconnected panels and said interconnecting panel at least some of the plurality of curved regions between the interconnected panels, in order to allow the concave shape to provide a FPCB parietal patient cover at least a portion; at least one light transmissive layer, said at least one light transmissive layer is disposed close to the said FPCB and is configured to transmit at least some light emitted by the at least one light emitting device generated; and a plurality of brackets, the plurality of brackets are configured to be disposed between the patient's scalp FPCB, wherein said the stent comprising at least some of the height exceeds the height of the support bracket of the plurality of transmitters.
2. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,还包括覆盖物,所述覆盖物包括布置成覆盖所述FPCB的泡沫、织物或柔性塑料。 The phototherapy apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a cover, the cover is arranged to cover the FPCB comprises a foam, a fabric or a flexible plastic.
3. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,所述FPCB被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩。 The phototherapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the FPCB is disposed inwardly and outwardly to accommodate the expansion of contraction.
4. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,还包括电源电路,所述电源电路被布置为提供至少一个经调节功率信号,以用于由所述光疗设备的微控制器或所述至少一个发光设备中的至少一个使用,其中,在检测到所述光疗设备的指定的使用次数时,所述光疗设备被指示防止所述光疗设备的进一步操作。 The phototherapy apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a power supply circuit, the power supply circuit is arranged to provide at least one regulated power signal for the microcontroller by the light therapy device or the at least one light emitting using at least one device, wherein, upon detection of the specified number of times using the phototherapy device, the phototherapy apparatus further operation is prevented from indicating the phototherapy apparatus.
5. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个发光设备包括非相干发光设备。 The phototherapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the at least one light emitting device comprises a non-coherent light emitting device.
6. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个发光设备包括被布置成产生具有第一峰值波长的光的第一发光设备阵列和被布置成产生具有第二峰值波长的光的第二发光设备阵列,其中,所述第二峰值波长与所述第一峰值波长相差至少20nm。 The phototherapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the at least one light emitting device comprises a light emitting device arranged to generate a first array of light having a first peak wavelength and arranged to generate light having a second peak wavelength a second light emitting device array, wherein the second peak wavelength than the first peak wavelength difference of at least 20nm.
7. 根据权利要求6所述的光疗设备,其中,所述第一峰值波长和所述第二峰值波长是从以下组合(a)至(f)中的一个组合中选择的: (a) 所述第一峰值波长在615nm至635nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内; (b) 所述第一峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内; (c) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在620nm至640nm的范围内; (d) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内; (e) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在495nm至515nm的范围内;或者(f) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内。 The phototherapy apparatus according to claim 6, wherein the first peak wavelength and the second peak wavelength is a combination of the following combinations (a) to (f) is selected: (a) the said first peak wavelength in the range 615nm to 635nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (b) the first peak in the wavelength range of 520nm to 540nm, and the second a peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (c) the first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 620nm to 640nm; (d) the first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range 650nm to 670nm; and in the range of 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak (e) at the first peak wavelength 495nm the range of 515nm to; or (f) the first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 520nm to 540nm.
8. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,还包括接近传感器,所述接近传感器被布置为感测指示所述光疗设备接近患者的头皮的放置的状况,其中,所述至少一个发光设备的操作的启动、终止或修改中的至少一个是响应于所述接近传感器的输出信号的。 8. A light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a proximity sensor, the proximity sensor is arranged phototherapy device sensing the proximity indicating the condition of the patient scalp disposed, wherein operation of the at least one light emitting device start, termination or modification of the at least one output signal in response to the proximity sensor.
9. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,还包括温度传感器,所述温度传感器被布置成感测所述光疗设备的一部分上或附近的温度状况,其中,所述至少一个发光设备的操作的启动、 操作的偏离或操作的终止中的至少一个是响应于所述温度传感器的输出信号的。 9. A light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a temperature sensor, the temperature sensor is arranged to sense the temperature of the upper portion of the device or nearby phototherapy, wherein the at least one light emitting device operation terminates the start, offset or operation of at least one operation in response to an output signal of said temperature sensor.
10. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,所述多个支架与所述至少一个透光层整合在一起。 10. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein said at least one bracket and the plurality of light-transmitting layers together.
11. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,从所述多个支架中的至少一些支架的近端到所述FPCB的近侧表面的距离超过所述至少一个透光层的厚度。 11. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the stent from the proximal end of at least some of said plurality of stent from the proximal surface of the FPCB to the at least one more than the thickness of the translucent layer.
12. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,所述多个支架被定位于所述FPCB与所述至少一个透光层之间。 12. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the plurality of brackets are positioned between the FPCB and the at least one light transmissive layer.
13. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个透光层包括柔性双凸透镜。 13. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the at least one light-transmitting layer comprises a flexible lenticular lens.
14. 根据权利要求1所述的光疗设备,还包括通信模块,所述通信模块被配置为与所述光疗设备外部的电子设备进行电子通信。 14. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a communication module, the communication module is configured for electronic communication with an external electronic device of the phototherapy device.
15. —种用于将光发射递送到患者的头皮的光疗设备,所述光疗设备包括: 柔性衬底,所述柔性衬底包括支撑至少一个发光设备阵列的近侧表面; 透光层,所述透光层被配置成透射由所述至少一个发光设备阵列所产生的至少一些光发射; 多个支架,所述多个支架被定位在所述柔性衬底和患者的头皮之间; 能量存储元件; 驱动器电路,所述驱动器电路布置成与所述能量存储元件电连通并且被配置为驱动所述至少一个发光设备阵列;以及覆盖物,所述覆盖物被布置成覆盖所述柔性衬底; 其中,所述柔性衬底和所述覆盖物被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩,以允许所述光疗设备是可调整地贴合到患者的头部的。 15 - light-emitting species for delivery to a patient's scalp phototherapy apparatus, the phototherapy apparatus comprising: a flexible substrate, said flexible substrate having at least a proximal surface of the light emitting device array includes a support; light transmitting layer, the said light transmissive layer is configured to transmit at least some light emitted by the at least one light emitting device array generated; a plurality of brackets, the plurality of brackets are positioned between the flexible substrate and the patient's scalp; energy storage element; a driver circuit, the driver circuit is arranged to communicate electrically with the energy storage element and configured to drive the at least one light emitting device array; and a cover, said cover covering said flexible substrate material are arranged; wherein the flexible substrate and the cover is arranged to accommodate the outward expansion and inward contraction, to allow the phototherapy device is adjustably attached to the patient's head.
16. 根据权利要求15所述的光疗设备,其中,所述覆盖物包括泡沫、织物或柔性塑料壳体。 16. The light therapy apparatus as claimed in claim 15, wherein the covering comprises a foam, a fabric or a flexible plastic housing.
17. —种用于将光发射递送到患者的头皮的光疗设备,包括: 柔性透镜,所述柔性透镜包括近侧透镜表面和远侧透镜表面; 柔性印刷电路板(FPCB),所述柔性印刷电路板包括在所述柔性印刷电路板近侧表面上的至少一个发光设备;和多个支架,所述多个支架被定位在所述远侧透镜表面与所述FPCB之间,以在所述至少一个发光设备与所述远侧透镜表面之间保持最小距离,其中,所述光疗设备被配置成将由所述至少一个发光设备产生的光发射通过所述柔性透镜透射到患者的头皮。 17 - light-emitting species for delivery to a patient's scalp light therapy apparatus, comprising: a flexible lens, said lens comprises a flexible lens surface and a proximal surface of the distal lens; flexible printed circuit board (the FPCB), said flexible printed at least one circuit board comprises a light emitting device on the proximal surface of the flexible printed circuit board; and a plurality of brackets, the plurality of brackets are positioned between the distal surface and the lens the FPCB, to the holding at least a minimum distance between the light emitting device and the distal surface of the lens, wherein the phototherapy device is configured to emit light by the at least one light emitting device generates transmitted to the patient through the flexible lens scalp.
18. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,从所述多个支架的每个支架的近端到所述柔性透镜的所述近侧透镜表面的距离超过所述柔性透镜的厚度。 18. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 17, wherein the stent from the proximal end of each of said plurality of brackets to said flexible lens thickness exceeds the distance proximal of the flexible lens surface of the lens.
19. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个发光设备的光发射约在410nm至455nm的范围内。 19. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 17, wherein said at least one light emitting device emitting in the range of about 410nm to 455nm is.
20. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个发光设备的光发射约在620nm至700nm的范围内。 20. The light therapy apparatus as claimed in claim 17, wherein said at least one light emitting device emitting in the range of about 620nm to 700nm is.
21. —种用于治疗至少一种皮肤病症的方法,所述方法包括将根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备置于患者的头部上,并且激励所述至少一个发光设备以将光发射递送至患者的头皮的至少一部分。 21. The - method of treating at least one condition of the skin, the method comprising the phototherapy apparatus according to claim 17 is placed on the patient's head, and energizing the at least one light emitting device to emit light delivery to at least a portion of the patient's scalp.
22. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,所述FPCB被布置成适应向外扩张和向内收缩。 22. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 17, wherein the FPCB is disposed inwardly and outwardly to accommodate the expansion of contraction.
23. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个发光设备包括非相干发光设备。 23. The light therapy apparatus as claimed in claim 17, wherein said at least one light emitting device comprises a non-coherent light emitting device.
24. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,所述至少一个发光设备包括被布置成产生具有第一峰值波长的光的第一发光设备阵列和被布置成产生具有第二峰值波长的光的第二发光设备阵列,其中,所述第二峰值波长与所述第一峰值波长相差至少20nm。 24. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 17, wherein the at least one light emitting device comprises a light emitting device arranged to generate a first array of light having a first peak wavelength and arranged to generate light having a second peak wavelength a second light emitting device array, wherein the second peak wavelength than the first peak wavelength difference of at least 20nm.
25. 根据权利要求24所述的光疗设备,其中,所述第一峰值波长和所述第二峰值波长是从以下组合(a)至(f)中的一个组合中选择的: (a) 所述第一峰值波长在615nm至635nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内; (b) 所述第一峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内; (c) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在620nm至640nm的范围内; (d) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在650nm至670nm的范围内; (e) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在495nm至515nm的范围内;或者(f) 所述第一峰值波长在410nm至430nm的范围内,且所述第二峰值波长在520nm至540nm的范围内。 25. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 24, wherein the first peak wavelength and the second peak wavelength is a combination of the following combinations (a) to (f) is selected: (a) the said first peak wavelength in the range 615nm to 635nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (b) the first peak in the wavelength range of 520nm to 540nm, and the second a peak wavelength in the range of 650nm to 670nm; (c) the first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 620nm to 640nm; (d) the first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range 650nm to 670nm; and in the range of 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak (e) at the first peak wavelength 495nm the range of 515nm to; or (f) the first peak wavelength in the range 410nm to 430nm, and the second peak wavelength in the range of 520nm to 540nm.
26. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,还包括接近传感器,所述接近传感器被布置成感测指示所述光疗设备接近患者的头皮的放置的状况,其中,所述至少一个发光设备的操作的启动、终止或修改中的至少一个是响应于所述接近传感器的输出信号的。 26. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 17, further comprising a proximity sensor, the proximity sensor is arranged to place the sensed condition indicative of the phototherapy device access to the patient's scalp, wherein operating the at least one light emitting device start, termination or modification of the at least one output signal in response to the proximity sensor.
27. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,还包括温度传感器,所述温度传感器被布置成感测所述光疗设备的一部分上或附近的温度状况,其中,所述至少一个发光设备的操作的启动、操作的偏离或操作的终止中的至少一个是响应于所述温度传感器的输出信号的。 27. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 17, further comprising a temperature sensor, the temperature sensor is arranged on a portion of light therapy device sensing the temperature or nearby, wherein the at least one light emitting device operation terminates the start, offset or operation of at least one operation in response to an output signal of said temperature sensor.
28. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,其中,所述柔性透镜包括柔性双凸透镜。 28. The light therapy apparatus as claimed in claim 17, wherein said flexible lens comprises a flexible lenticular lens.
29. 根据权利要求28所述的光疗设备,其中,所述多个支架一体地附接到所述柔性双凸透镜。 29. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 28, wherein said plurality of brackets integrally attached to the flexible lenticular lens.
30. 根据权利要求29所述的光疗设备,其中,所述柔性双凸透镜和所述多个支架是通过模制而形成的。 30. The light therapy apparatus according to claim 29, wherein said flexible and said plurality of lenticular lens holder is formed by molding.
31. 根据权利要求17所述的光疗设备,还包括通信模块,所述通信模块被配置为与所述光疗设备外部的电子设备进行电子通信。 31. The light therapy apparatus as claimed in claim 17, further comprising a communication module, the communication module is configured for electronic communication with an external electronic device of the phototherapy device.
32. 一种电容器,包括: 第一柔性电路板元件,其包括第一导电材料层和第一电介质材料层; 第二柔性电路板元件,其包括第二导电材料层和第二电介质材料层;和至少一个间隔件,所述至少一个间隔件连接在所述第一柔性电路板元件和所述第二柔性电路板元件之间。 32. A capacitor, comprising: a first flexible circuit board member, which comprises a first layer of conductive material and a first layer of dielectric material; a second flexible circuit board element comprising a second conductive material layer and the second layer of dielectric material; and at least one spacer, at least one spacer member connected between said first flexible circuit board and the second flexible element circuit board element.
33. 根据权利要求32所述的电容器,其中,所述至少一个间隔件具有介于约2至约5范围内的介电常数值。 33. A capacitor according to claim 32, wherein said at least one spacer having a dielectric constant of between a value in the range of from about 2 to about 5.
34. 根据权利要求32所述的电容器,其中,所述至少一个间隔件粘附在所述第一柔性电路板元件和所述第二柔性电路板元件之间。 34. A capacitor according to claim 32, wherein said at least one spacer element adhered to the flexible circuit board between said first member and said second flexible circuit board element.
35. 根据权利要求32所述的电容器,其中,所述第一柔性电路板元件包括所述第二柔性电路板元件的连续延伸部分,且向后弯曲的挠曲区域布置在所述第一柔性电路板元件和所述第二柔性电路板元件之间。 35. A capacitor according to claim 32, wherein said first element includes a continuous flexible circuit board extending portion of said second flexible circuit board member, and bent back flexing flexible region disposed in said first between the circuit board and the second flexible element circuit board element.
36. 根据权利要求32所述的电容器,其中,所述至少一个间隔件、所述第一电介质材料层和所述第二电介质材料层将所述第一导电材料层和所述第二导电材料层之间的距离保持在约0.2mm至约2mm的范围内。 36. A capacitor according to claim 32, wherein said at least one spacer, the first dielectric material layer and said second dielectric material layer to the first layer of conductive material and said second conductive material the distance between the layers maintained in the range of from about 0.2mm to about 2mm.
37. 根据权利要求32所述的电容器,其中,所述第一导电材料层具有比所述第二导电材料层更大的横向伸展。 37. The capacitor according to claim 32, wherein said first layer of conductive material having a layer of conductive material than the second lateral extent greater.
38. —种包括根据权利要求32所述的电容器的接近传感器。 38. - species include a proximity sensor capacitor according to claim 32.
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